Clemens hardly believable
Is it just me, or is Roger Clemens just seeming so completely unbelievable in his testimony in Washington against former trainer Brian McNamee. To believe Clemens, it would mean that I would have to disbelieve McNamee, who really has no reason to lie in the first place about this, and Andy Pettite, since apparantley, according to Clemens, they "misremember." Ya, just like I "misremember" if I was at class yesterday and who was there also. Clemens believes it is unfair that he has beened tried as guilty in the court of public opinion, but in reality, with the major scandals that have surfaced lately, we have every reason not to believe him. Marion Jones told us she never used performance-enhancing drugs, and has obviously since admitted otherwise. Rafeal Palmerio waved his finger in front of congress and told them "I have never used performance-enhancing drugs, period." That worked well for him, considering he was suspended for steriods months later, and hasn't really been seen since. Face it Roger, no one will believe you in the court of public opinion until you can change that trend, which I don't believe you can do. Roger is likely now looking at a possible indictment for perjury stemming form his testimony earlier this month. This, Roger, means that Congress really didn't buy into your claim either. And it will be quite difficult to change my mind on this topic until a court tells me otherwise, considering I never thought he was clean years before the Mitchell Report was released. When talk surfaced about Barry Bonds and BALCO many years ago, I always said that he still belonged in the Hall of Fame, because I don't believe that the pitchers that were pitching to him were clean either. And with Pettite's and likely Clemens' use, clearly I think I was right about that.