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It's Over

But not without a great moment. As Henry Waxman was summing up, listing the testimony that, frankly, made Clemens look bad, he talked about Andy Pettitte's statements that implicated Clemens. Clemens jumped in (doing this to the best of my memory and notes):

RC: "That doesn't mean he wasn't mistaken!"
HW: No, but ...
RC: "That doesn't mean he wasn't mistaken!"
HW: [bangs gavel the way AL hitters banged Clemens's pitching through most of 1996] "Excuse me, but this is not your time to argue with me!"
RC: [Glares the way he glared at hitters in, say, the late 80s or late 90s]

More Waxman, to McNamee: "You have taken some criticism today, in my view, some warranted and some was really unwarranted. ... I appreciate your cooperation with this committee and its investigation. ... I want to apologize to you ... "

Let's close with another unscientific poll:

By washingtonpost.com Sports Editor  |  February 13, 2008; 2:48 PM ET
 
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