bigken117 wrote:Um yeah you said steroids weren't illegal when those guys took them.
They weren't according to MLB rules. You are just trying to twist my words.
bigken117 wrote:Cheating is cheating it doesn't matter the level. Would it be OK if you're wife cheated on you by kissing another guy or is it worse if she goes all the way? Exactly, they both suck, and either way you'd feel hurt. You wouldn't say "well she only kissed a guy so it's not as bad and I'll defend her". There is no one is worse than another.
Not sure what point you are trying to make here but anyway. A player here and there cheating is not as bad as an entire organization cheating for 8 years. Think of it this way. A few students cheating on a few exams versus an entire school including the principal, teachers and students allowing cheating to go on for 8 years. What do you think is worse?
bigken117 wrote:Even though it may never be proven, like Bonds and Clemens who only achieved the most success so they are dragged through the nud the most, they weren't the first to juice, the Pats weren't the first to videotape. It's not like Belichik came up with the idea on his own as soon as he got hired he had an epiphany.
I do agree with this part. I am not saying the Pats would have been bad if not for cheating. They might have won all three Superbowls but how likely is that when they won each by 3 pts? Can you at least admit that cheating has aided their success?
"Think of how stupid the average person is, and realize half of them are stupider than that." ~George Carlin