“Significant questions have been raised about Mr. Clemens’ truthfulness,” said Congressman Henry Waxman, with an air of gravity.
About what was Roger Clemens truthfulness in question? About how he plays baseball.
The truthfulness of George W. Bush, on the other hand, has been in question for years on topics like sending America into an unnecessary war, obstructing legal investigations, destroying criminal evidence, violating the Constitution, torturing prisoners, spying against Americans, and on and on.
So, who is Congress investigating? Roger Clemens, of course. This is pathetic. Pardon me, Representative Waxman, if I don’t stand up and applaud your courage for taking on a baseball player.
I have this question: If George W. Bush took steroids, would they finally impeach him?