The Kansas City Star says House hearings on steroids in baseball involving Clemens will be postponed.
The House hearing with Roger Clemens, Andy Pettitte and former Yankees trainer Brian McNamee was postponed Wednesday from Jan. 16 to Feb. 13. That will give lawmakers more time to gather evidence and coordinate their investigation with the Justice Department.
Plans are still in place for the Jan. 15 hearing about the Mitchell Report on baseball’s Steroids Era with commissioner Bud Selig, union leader Donald Fehr and former Senate majority leader George Mitchell.
I'm sick of Roger Clemens. I'm sick of people who think like him. I'm sick of people who think it's OK to think like him and I'm sick of people who make excuses for him.
"And that's our country, isn't it?" he whined to Mike Wallace "Guilty before innocent. That's the way our country works now."...
At that point it occurred to me: You are our country, Roger Clemens. He asks, "Is this what our country has come to?" The answer is no. Roger Clemens is what our country has come to.
Lots of money for doing next to nothing. A sense of entitlement out of all proportion to what you are really worth, or what you really contribute to society. No accountability for your own actions. Misplaced hostility - mostly toward the media. A desire to bully others but no guts for a fair fight. Notice how, at the news conference he and his lawyers called in an effort to clear his name, Clemens stalked off the podium rather than answer some very legitimate questions.