Steroids Era Is Over? Shame On You, Bud
But Hocus Pocus Bud, the man who stuck his head in the sand when steroids whispers first surfaced in the mid-1990s, actually is trying to use the latest performance-enhancing black eye to make himself and his regime look good. Know how he responded to the first official confirmation that the Summer of Swat was a scam in 1998, that McGwire was doing steroids right under our noses when we were declaring him an American hero?
Selig thinks it means The Steroids Era is over, by God.
I think the man should resign immediately on multiple counts of ignorance, arrogance and continuing his shameful attempt to dupe the public about dope.
"The use of steroids and amphetamines among today's players has greatly subsided and is virtually nonexistent, as our testing results have shown," Selig said. "The so-called steroid era -- a reference that is resented by the many players who played in that era and never touched the substances -- is clearly a thing of the past, and Mark's admission is another step in the right direction.''
Uh, can we test the commissioner for drugs? Clearly, he's on something.