Saturday, February 09, 2008

Populist pandering (pt. 2485)

It's bad enough you have Congress sticking its nose in Major League Baseball's steroids' scandal. Because the sanctity of Barry Bonds' home run record is of much higher import to the average American than the messes we've created in Iraq and Afghanistan, spiraling health care costs or any of a hundred other things our elected representatives should be dealing with instead.

But at least steroids is a controlled substance.

So what excuse does Republican Sen. Arlen Specter have for spouting off about how the NFL handled the New England Patriots' Spygate affair?

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