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January 4, 2008 8:00 PM

Drew Litton: Roger Clemens squirms

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Roger Clemens handling of the Mitchell Report allegations have been, at best, horrendous. Typical of an athlete who only wants the glory but not the responsibility that comes with it. And he won't go before Congress even though he's been invited because it's much easier to squirm your way out of the truth in front of your buddy Mike Wallace than it is sitting before members of Congress. Clemens is a chicken who has cheated his way into the record books, like so many of his era. Let's hope he goes away and hides, which, by the way, he was doing quite effectively right after the Mitchell Report came out.



Discussion

  • January 5, 2008

    1:45 PM

    Andy writes:

    "And he won't go before Congress even though he's been invited because it's much easier to squirm your way out of the truth in front of your buddy Mike Wallace than it is sitting before members of Congress."

    So why doesn't Congress subpoena him? I know I'd enjoy watching him take the fifth repeatedly.

  • January 7, 2008

    8:07 AM

    Larry Flores writes:

    Let's make sure that other guy (Bonds) goes to Jail. Only in America.

  • January 7, 2008

    10:42 PM

    Mark writes:

    Obviously he hasn't gone before Congress yet, but it sounds like he's going to. My question is this, why when one person comes out and says, "Yep, he did it." Everyone believes him, but the don't believe Clemens. Even though Clemens has been through this before, with the L.A. Times, and it turns out he was telling the truth then. What if I came on here and said, "Drew stole my other people's ideas for cartoons in the past." Is Drew guilty if I can just prove that I knew him in the past? Of course not, just like Clemens shouldn't be considered guilty based on one person's word.

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