Sen. Arlen Specter has accused the NFL and the Philadelphia Eagles of treating Terrell Owens unfairly, and might refer the matter to the antitrust subcommittee of the Senate Judiciary Committee.I've got the mouse cord wrapped around my neck right now.
Specter, who chairs the Judiciary Committee, said at a news conference Monday in Harrisburg it was 'vindictive and inappropriate' for the league and the Eagles to forbid the star wide receiver from playing and prevent other teams from talking to him.
'It's a restraint of trade for them to do that, and the thought crosses my mind, it might be a violation of antitrust laws,' Specter said.
Tuesday, November 29, 2005
Is He Kidding?
The senior senator (Republican) from Pennsylvania doesn't even pretend to want to save taxpayer money:
Posted by Tom at 1:29 PM