Thursday, August 19, 2010

"It's None of Your Business!"

Had seven time Cy Young Award winner Roger Clemens told Congress in 2008 "it's none of your business whether or not I took steroids or HGH," he wouldn't be facing 30 years of prison for lying to Congress today.

He may have been charged with contempt of Congress in 2008, but in that he'd have become a political prisoner and a famous leader in an attitude that may be fast becoming the new American pass-time: Contempt of Congress.

Here is an example that we need to teach each other to say to our unprecedentedly arrogant Step-Nanny Statists:
Where in the Constitution do you find the authority to demand from me the knowledge of how I acquired my professional skills?

Since you guys are apt to pass a retroactive law penalizing me for God knows what, under the protection afforded me by the 5th Amendment of the Constitution, I refuse to answer.
No epithets are needed here. Read between the lines.


  1. Reading between the lines: God? Whos God?

    So you are against drug laws? Hey so am I. Leave people alone.

  2. Right On!
    Where in the Commerce Clause, is baseball covered?


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