FREE ROGER CLEMENS…

from federal tyranny.

Obama has sent his Einsatzgruppen after
former major league pitcher, Roger Clemens.  Clemens is facing prison
time for allegedly lying to congress about his steroid use.  Of course,
they don’t have a shred of evidence, but the facts don’t matter to these
modern day Torquemadas.

While the American people have
mountains of evidence that 99% of all elected officials in Washington
D.C., and their staffs, routinely lie to 300 million people, this band
of worthless Eichmann are trying to put a man in jail because he didn’t
give them the answers they wanted to questions they had no business
asking.

From Lew Rockwell dot com, A Tale of Two Congressional Testimonies, by William Anderson:

The
New York Times and all of the usual mainstream media outlets were
blaring out the news that the Obama Department of “Justice” had indicted
former perennial all-star pitcher Roger Clemens on charges of “lying to
Congress.” Indeed, with the DOJ actively pursuing cycling legend Lance
Armstrong allegedly for using steroids (although Armstrong, who has been
randomly tested often, never failed a drug test), it seems that the
government is ramping up its efforts to imprison as many prominent
athletes as possible.

Clemens’ indictment, I believe, is a new
low, especially since the “evidence” that the government has is based
upon conflicts in testimony given by Clemens and his former trainer,
Brian McNamee, and another statement by a former Clemens friend who says
that Clemens told him that he took human growth hormone about 10 years
ago. In other words, we have a “criminal” case based entirely upon
hearsay.

Keep in mind that Major League Baseball at
the time had not banned any of the products that Clemens is alleged to
have taken, and, furthermore, MLB is a private organization, and
breaking the rules of private organizations should not be a crime,
period. Last year, Candice E. Jackson and I had this article in which we
examine the tactics that the federal government has used to criminalize
actions that might not even be violations of private rules, much less
infractions of criminal law.

Another thing to keep in
mind, Roger Clemens is more useful while he’s taking a crap than all
three branches of the federal government, minus Ron Paul, are on their
best days.

God help us!

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