Wednesday, May 14, 2008

Boston Herald Apologizes For Wrong Spygate Story on Rams' Taping

So the headlines say. Am I the only one who is reminded of Deep Throat in the parking garage?

You let [Belichick] slip away... You've done worse than let [Belichick] slip away, you've got people feeling sorry for him, I didn't think that was possible. In a conspiracy like this, you build from the outer edges and you go step by step, if you shoot too high and miss, everyone feels more secure. You've set the investigation back months.

But I am infuriated that with all the ethics investigations by Congress that could be done, Arlen Specter intends to pursue this one, after the NFL has already issued its punishment.  At least he is known for his unimpeachable work on the Warren Commission; given the NFL's new stance against long hair down the back obscuring players' numbers [to hide defensive signal receivers???], I can already imagine Belichick coming up with the "magic mullet" theory to explain everything to Specter's satisfaction. [Alan Childress]

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Is Comcast a contributor to Sen. Specter's political fortunes? Why on earth, with so many things wrong in this country, is Senator Specter investigating the NFL's handling of spygate? I should think the Justice Department's handling of any number of things would be more important.

Posted by: W.R. Chambers | May 14, 2008 4:43:13 PM

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