Originally Posted by GuidoYaztremski
There you go again. It wasn't "Congress" that asked any questions, it was the corrupt Sen. Arlen Specter who was a Steelers fan and whose largest contributor happened to be Comcast who was, at the time, embroiled with a huge battle with the NFL Network. Glasers copies of the tapes were never destroyed btw.
But let's hear it "genius" pretend lawyer. What do THINK was on the tapes that was so egregious that they needed to be destroyed?
And I LMFAO at the rubes who claim losing a first round pick was a small slap on the wrist. Forget the $$$ fines, they could never be high enough to truly punish a billionaire. How can you say a first rounder isn't a HUGE fine for doing something that was perfectly legal to do, just doing it in an area that was forbidden.
Well, the trolling ahole appears. How was your MLK holiday?
As I posted previously, you are a lair. Former Sen. Specter was never accused of any wrongdoing. I posted the Senate ethics committee website to refute your lies. It clearly showed no action against Sen. Specter. Nice try.
As for his ties with Comcast, I am not going to get into this circular discussion with you because you are a moron. Like I previously posted, of course he will look at Comcast's interest as the Senator from the state where the company is HQ. No different than a Sen from CA defending Hollywood or Silicon Valley; NC and tobacco; Texas and Oil or NY and Wall Street. You can't be that stupid.....well after second thoughts, maybe you are.
No, GFY troll. I am not interested in what you have to say. In fact, why don;t you do us a favor and GTFO.