Seriously, this Clemens story is gold.
The House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform was kind enough to lay out his various lies and half-truths in glorious detail.
Does it really make sense to go after Clemens for perjury? There are, ahem, a few more important problems out there.
As I've said before, jail ought to be for punishment, not deterrence. However, like with Martha Stewart (and Lil' Kim), there's something to be said for throwing the occasional Big Name in jail when there's a clear case of perjury. I bet there were plenty of people who paid attention when Martha Stewart was hauled off, and there would be lots of ballplayers who would sit up and take notice if Clemens went to the Big House.