Wednesday, February 25, 2009

Barry Bonds belongs in prison; not Hall of Fame

Greg Anderson must be one of the dumbest men in America … and among the richest.

Just what is his deal in refusing to testify in the government’s case against Barry Bonds for lying to a grand jury investigating steroids use by athletes?

It’s clear as day that Anderson, the personal trainer, supplied Bonds with steroids. But as long as Anderson doesn’t testify, the feds will have a much tougher task in proving that Bonds is guilty.

Heck, Anderson has already spent a year in jail for refusing to testify before a grand jury about his relationship with Bonds. He certainly isn’t going to change anything in federal court.

The ultimate question: Why does Anderson keep taking the fall for Bonds; a guy whose reputation is paying the price for the rude manner in which he has treated people for years?

You have to think that Bonds has paid off Anderson, which is a shame.

There’s no way home run king Bonds is going to be elected into the Baseball Hall of Fame. Too bad his chances of going into the prison cell are being lessened by a character named Anderson, who’s being a fall guy for one of the worst individuals in America.

1 comment:

kareem said...

It would be interesting to know how much Bonds is paying Anderson to help keep him out of prison; but then, again what is a man's freedom worth? Anderson already gave up a year of his life for Bonds by refusing to testify. Hey, Bonds be a man; quit paying him and take your punishment. Also Anderson will Bonds' money be worth spending more time in prison if Bubba makes you his wench? Ask yourself that question.