Roger Clemens Indicted

A Washington Grand Jury indicted Roger Clemens for lying to Congress in a deposition and in under-oath testimony before a congressional committee. He falsely denied, while under oath, ever using steroids. Clemens faces 30 years in jail and a $1.5 million fine. (source)

And after that, when he finally dies and goes to hell, he will be sentenced to a demon shoving a pineapple up his ass every day for all eternity — for the crime of wearing pinstripes after being a member of the Red Sox. Yeah, fuck you too, Johnny Damon.

3 Responses to Roger Clemens Indicted

  1. Clint says:

    Huh?

    Sports are lame.

    Why is congress even involved? This is government overreach. I don’t care if using steroids (honestly, baseball needs anything it can get to make it interesting) breaks the rules — since when is it’s congress’s business anyway?

    There’s really no pie they won’t stick their finger into?

    It’s a GAME. Why Congress is wasting resource, taxpayer money, time, and effort on a GAME is beyond me.

  2. Charles Platt says:

    You know why Congress is getting involved. It’s such a great distraction from stuff like unemployment and people dying in pointless wars.

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