This is truly ridiculous. Bud Selig has done NOTHING to stem the flow of ILLEGAL steroids into the asses of Major League Baseball players for the past 20 years — and now he’s blaming the problem on INTERNET PHARMACIES? Are you kidding me?
Here’s the story on CNET, headlined, Baseball chief invites stiffer online-pharmacy laws.
I would really like to go into a full-scale rant right now — but I am almost too verklempt to apply fingers to keyboard. Online pharmacies are such a whipping boy today (thanks to the lobbying $$$ of Big Pharma) that even Selig sees them as a scapegoat for his own completely incompetent handling of the steroids issue.
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