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So yesterday, Roger Clemens was found NOT GUILTY on all counts for his perjury case. The US government spent millions of dollars trying to prove he lied. REALLY? Is that how our government spends our tax dollars?
I have been a fan of Roger Clemens since his college days when he pitched for the University of Texas. I followed his career as a Yankee, then as a member of my hometown team the Houston Astros, and then back as a Yankee. As a fantasy baseball player, I always chose him for my team.
So for me, whether he lied, took HGH, or not, it didn't matter. It still doesn't matter to me. I don't lose sleep over it, and I think it's absolutely rediculous that our government spent the amount of money it did to take Roger to court.
Do I want Roger Clemens in the Hall of Fame? Sure. Will it happen? I don't know. The court of public opinion sometimes is more detrimental to people than reality.
This is just my opinion. What's yours? email me at firstname.lastname@example.org