2 comments on “No Point, No Purpose

  1. “Congress should not be involved in professional sports, period. There is no reason why congress should be called to regulate a steroid scandal, collective bargaining agreement, salaries, or anything sports related.”

    I completely agree with you, Marcus. Before I read that paragraph I was going to reply by saying I have no idea why Congress is involved in any of this in the first place. Congress is the chamber from which our nation is governed and legislated, and where decisions are made that effect the future of its citizens. Steroids, collective bargaining agreements and the like are not important to society and should not be given any priority in the halls of our government’s highest level.

    I don’t know who advised Congress to get involved in the first place, or why they chose to take up the task. It is probably because some congressman wanted to make a name for himself by burning some big athletes at the proverbial stake, like you said in your post. It’s a sad state of affairs we find ourselves faced with. So many important things needing to be resolved but our government is concerned with issues unrelated to the well-being of the American people.

    But what can you, as a single citizen, do about it? Write on your blog, I guess. That’s the best any of us can do.

    By the way hope things are goin well man.

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