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Steroids and Roger Clemens: Don't Forget Debbie

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According to the

New York Daily News

, Brian McNamee told Congressional investigators that he injected the wife of Roger Clemens with HGH in 2003 before she was to be photographed in a bikini for

Sports Illustrated

's 2003 Swimsuit issue.

I kid you not.

And if that's not enough, Rusty Hardin is going around comparing George Mitchell, a respected former Senator, a respected former Federal judge, a respected former U.S. Attorney, with Mike Nifong, the infamous prosecutor of the Duke lacrosse rape case.

Please, someone wake me when this all over. I've had enough.

Until next week, that is. -- John Royal

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