A forum for Princeton residents to express opinions about local and national issues
Question of the Week: "What are your views on the suspension of baseball star Rafael Palmeiro for testing positive for steroids? "
"My feelings are that, since he testified under oath that he did not take steroids, and if turns out that he knowingly did, then the suspension is justified."
Scott Bosley, MacLean Street
"If, in fact, he is guilty as charged and he lied about it, then by all means he should face the music."
Matthew Freeman, Wiggins Street
"It's our national pastime, and it is unfortunate that it mars the history of the game. It's cheating there is no place for it it mars the classic that is 'baseball' and it gives me a sad feeling. I don't like it."
Spencer Shangkuan, Murray Place
"He made a mistake when he testified that he didn't do it, and he needs to pay the punishment, and I think it's going to be a long-term for him."
Dave Steward, Princeton-Kingston Road
"He should have received more than 10 days of suspension."
Jack Larkin, Harrison Street