Thread: FEDS at Arnold Classic
03-12-2004, 01:29 PM #1chinups Guest
FEDS at Arnold Classic
03-12-2004, 01:36 PM #2
03-12-2004, 02:27 PM #3
Good ol' Rick Collins
"[Rick] Collins, who also serves as counsel to the International Federation of BodyBuilders, maintains that [Milos] Sarcev "is not a steroid dealer, and never has been. Not one steroid was found there. Zero. Zip. This is a witch hunt," he said. "There are too many corporate dollars in baseball, football and the Olympics, so it's not surprising that their focus is to scapegoat a fringe sport."
Good ol' Gov. Schwarzenegger
"In a speech at the [Arnold Classic] convention that was met with a standing ovation on Sunday, Schwarzenegger told attendees that he believes the Food and Drug Administration should not regulate dietary supplements because "I have very rarely seen the government do anything that was effective."
Not good Barry...
"Conte's indictment has sent shock waves through Major League Baseball, where seven players who testified before the grand jury, including Barry Bonds and Jason Giambi, have had the results of drug tests that they took last spring subpoenaed. Bonds' personal trainer, Greg Anderson, was among four people indicted in the BALCO case. All have pleaded not guilty."
03-13-2004, 08:16 AM #4Associate Member
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Crack down...Originally Posted by LilVito469
03-13-2004, 08:47 AM #5
Why so much grandstandingg on this issue right now? Why is this a political issue now? I understand that its an election year but this is a non issue compared to the defficit or Iraq or Afganastan. What makes this so imortartant now? Anyone think that somebody has put some money into the right pocket to make a move on aas? I guess Bush doesnt want to talk about the crackheads mugging old ladies for there meds and money. Its much more important to talk about how proffesional athletes "cheat". Bush's team must have lost and hes pissed
03-13-2004, 11:02 AM #6
It's a feel good issue that nobody disagrees on (among the general population). Easy to talk smack on a non-issue and look like you are accomplishing something. I don't think that Bush is the culprit here. I think that both parties are jumping on the band wagon created by the baseball scandal.
03-14-2004, 02:51 AM #7Anabolic Member
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