Monday, November 25, 2013

A-Rod Greeted As Hero On Streets Of New York

(AP Photo/David Karp, File)
Perhaps the most disgusting aspect of the slimy Alex Rodriguez arbitration hearings is the acclaim he's getting on the streets of New York City. According to The Fraudulent One, his time in Manhattan attending the hearings has be one big Centaur Love-Fest: "Today was nuts. The support has been overwhelming in the streets today. People were jumping out of their f---ing cars. I been coming to N.Y. for 20 years and, including 2009, I have never had a more positive reaction in the streets. I couldn't believe this s---." Neither can we. By the way, the delusional A-Fraud still thinks he'll skate on the 211-game suspension. Here's how he summed up the case made by his bevy of ambulance-chasers: "We crushed it. They [MLB] had nothing.'' Whatever. His flunky flaks are already talking about an injunction to stop any suspension that comes down from arbitrator Fredric Horowitz. What a great group of role models! Or, at least the citizens of New York think so.