Bill Hancock received a letter full of questions from Senators Orrin Hatch and Max Baucus, and what with all his valuable expertise and decades of experience dealing with PR issues--not to mention the money spent on Ari Fleischer's PR company to come in as consultants--you'd take a little challenge like that and DROP THE SMACK HAMMER on a couple of trifling Senators asking about your
well-protected cartel fair and open college football championship system inclusive of every team in these fine United States
And oh, you'd be right WATCH BILL HANCOCK UNLOAD A SMACKTIVATION HERE:
WASHINGTON — The head of college football's Bowl Championship Series says Congress "has more important things to do" than look into his group's revenue distribution. That said, BCS executive director Bill Hancock will respond to a question-filled letter sent to him by two U.S. Senators. Hancock says in a telephone interview Wednesday that "the BCS is fair" and "we welcome the opportunity to tell our story."
Excuse me, let me check my chart....did someone get told? Um, no, actually. Not at all. That's the kind of argument someone guilt of embezzling makes, as in "Hey, aren't there arsonists you should be worrying about, or serial killers or some other criminals out there?" It's attacking the attacker, and boy, haven't we finished the first three pages of Weakass Rhetoric 101. The Sandman would sweep your right off the Apollo's stage for that, son.