Here’s a simple, one-question test to judge what sort of perception you have (which is the nicest way I know how to put it, if you catch my drift).
1. Regarding the Congressional hearings over steroid use in baseball, these hearings are about:
a. Preserving "our" game of baseball.
b. Concern for the long-term health of "our" professional athletes playing "our" sport of baseball, as well as the competitive well-being of "our" non-steroid using athletes.
c. Fear of the message drug use sends to "our" children.
d. A pathetic parliament of out-of-control busybodies and wannabes who can’t miss a single opportunity to put on such a charade–so that all of you dupes have nary a single opportunity in your miserably dependent lives to ever forget, for even one single second, how essential and important they are in overseeing every aspect of everything you do.
The principle is quite simple: if you don’t like how the baseball organization conducts their affairs, then don’t patronize them.
Update: Or, to state the last paragraph Rachel Lucas style:
TAKE A HIKEY IF YOU NO LIKEY.