Wednesday, March 10, 2004

Nothing to Fehr but Fehr itself
This is one of the reasons I like John McCain's candor. With union chief Don Fehr equivocating, the Senator from Arizona points his finger at the cause of so much headache. Seligula, of course, uses this as an opportunity to throw up his hands again, but he's already had his day of humiliation in a Senate hearing.

Notice the complete contrast between football and baseball players' union bosses: "'To allow the use of steroids and banned substances would not only condone cheating, but also compel others to use them to remain competitive,' [NFL players' union head Gene] Upshaw said. 'We have a responsibility to protect our players from the demonstrated adverse health effects of steroids and banned substances.'"

Oh, and sorry about the bad pun.

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