Personally, I approve, but I have long held the opinion that the whole thing back to the original Congressional investigation was a wasted and misguided effort. I'm curious about how the rest of the community feels. Apparently, he could have faced up to thirty years in the clink had he been found guilty of perjuring himself to Congress and obstructing justice and so forth. Seems a little excessive considering the way our Congresspeople treat each other, but that's a topic for some other forum.
Did justice prevail in the Clemens trial?
Yes. (7 votes)
Yes; it's not like people lying in Congress is anything new. (3 votes)
No. (7 votes)
No; he's a liar and a cheater and should be punished. (15 votes)
Who cares? I stopped paying attention a long time ago. (22 votes)
54 total votes