Friday, September 28, 2007

Will Baseball be back to normal in 2008?

I'm hoping that with the Bonds circus over and gone, the innocense of the "Boys of Summer" will return. This whole steroid issue has brought out the true red white and blue colors in Americans. "HE NEVER TESTED POSITIVE" in other words, HE NEVER GOT CAUGHT. That seems to be the current creed in this great country. It's OK, socially legal and hell, maybe even socially acceptable as long as you don't get caught. To hell with right or wrong, it's all about not getting caught.

Every idiot saying "Bonds never tested positive for steroids" fails to remember that Mark McGwire and even Jason Giambi never tested positive for steroids. (The latter being a self admitted user of steroids)

OJ never tested positve for steroids.

Do you get the picture now? A urine test does not determine your innocense or guilt in this country. But so justice could prevail, along comes Mark Echo putting up 3/4 of a million dollars to buy the so called record breaking homerun ball that supposedly broke Hank Aaron's record. He puts it to a vote and gives the people the final say so. And as most of you know, the ball will go to Cooperstown with an asterisk branded on it. Bonds may not have flunked a pee test, but he didn't fool the public.

Monday, September 24, 2007

Bonds says: "I have more Baseball left in me".

Translated = "I have more HGH sources that the FBI haven't endited yet". Plus, Greg Andersen will be out of prison soon. (I believe they can only hold him a year for contempt of court charges)

Thursday, September 13, 2007

Definition of Liberalism vs. Conservatism

The Liberal:

"Hey if you keep messing with my country; I'm not going to feel sorry when we cut off financial aid to yours.

The Conservative:

Hey if you keep messing with my country; you better hope they drop leaflets first.