I know this is my first time posting, however, I really wanted to get this off my chest and actually take advantage of the opportunity to do something to support my fellow Pats fans and the team. Make no mistake about it, this investigation that Arlen Specter is trying to start by calling on Brady to testify as well as Matt Walsh is a shot at the league over the Comcast television fight - with the enduring legacy of the Patriots dynasty used as fodder for political points. If nobody stops Specter, we'll be hearing about SpyGate for the rest of the summer with new charges and accusations going on throughut the year. This is grossly unfair to the players who gave every bit of their soul for us as fans and for us as fans who now have a legitimate team that will be talked about as one of the NFL's elites for years to come, no matter what happened. Specter thinks he can score some political points back hme in Pennsylania for this too. Of course, I'm sure Eagles fans (of which he is a diehard) will be hooting and hollering for Brady's head, for Belichick to be suspended and for the team's reputation to be tainted forever. The one thing I see however, is that Arlen Specter is not the hai of the Senate Judiciairy Committee, the committee he is demanding Goodell, Walsh and Brady testify at. We all know this witch hunt is a waste of taxpayer dollars. o do a lot of other people. Unfortunately, don't be decieved into thinking nobody wil be paying attention. Remember all the attention on the steriod hearings? Do yu remember all the attention on the destroyed CIA tapes from a couple of weeks ago? No? That's because people will always gravitate to scandal. There is something we can do to stop this, right in its tracks. If Specter wants to unfairly taint the Pats image in a witch hunt, then maybe we need to find out who else might need to be subpeonaed as well. Cheating in spots is not limited to whether or not somebody spied or stole signals. If anything, spying pales in comparison to taking a drug that has claimed an untold number of lives. And this form of cheating actually began in the NFL right in the state of Pennsylvania. According to former Buffalo Bills linebacker Jim Haslett, ``It started, really, in Pittsburgh. They got an advantage on a lot of football teams. They were so much stronger (in the) '70s, late '70s, early '80s,'' Haslett said. ``They're the ones who kind of started it.'' Yes. The same Pittsburgh Steelers who at least 75% of Pennsylvanians have worshipped over the ages and pointed to as their dynasty team. The same Steelers whose current team doctor has yet to have been called to testify about steroid use in the past or present. The Steelers definitely had a great team in the 70s. However, using the Greg Easterbrook standard, they have never come clean about their use of steroids much like Belichick and the league have never come clean about the use of those tapes. And the last time I checked, those tapes never killed anybody - unlike the 18 former Steelers who have died since 2000. Now Arlen Specter is not the chair of that judiciary committee anymore - he lost it last year when the Democrats took over the Senate. Looking at the current chair, I see that it's Patrick Leahy - otherwise known as the Senior Senator from Vermont. Right below him on the committee roster is none other than Massachusetts' own Ted Kennedy. Below the both f them on the committee's roster happens to be its newest member - Sheldon Whitehouse from Rhode Island. Now we can sit around and let Specter bully around the Patriots and forever tarnish their dynasty. Or we can stop it now. If you live in Massachusetts, Rhode Island or Vermont I suggest contacting one of these three and ask them about expanding Specter's probe to include the Steelers. Think Tom Brady would garner a lot of attention forced to testify in a committee room about SpyGate? How about Terry Bradshaw? Heck, expand it to the Cowboys too. There's evidence about them as well. The quickest way to blow this thing in Specter's face is to give him what the majority of people who vote for him don't want - an investigation of their beloved Steelers. The only way it will happen is if Leahy, Kennedy and Whitehouse hear from you about it. Below is their contact info via email and telephone. I used to work on Capitol Hill and I know they do pay attention to your phone calls. You will speak to a staff person or intern who takes the info down and as a rule of thumb, they take each call and letter as representative of 100 voters. You can send an email as well, but letters (not form letters) make a big difference and are taken seriously (since somebody cared enough abut the issue to sit down and write a short letter to them.) For tips on what to say, go to this site. Send this out to all your friends and family and put a stop to this crazy witch hunt. If you want to save yourself some money, the toll free number to the Capitol switchboard , by the way, is Senator Patrick Leahy 433 Russell Senate Office Building US Senate Washington, DC 20510 (202) 224-4242 Contact via email: http://leahy.senate.gov/contact.cfm Senator Edward M. Kennedy Contact via email:http://kennedy.senate.gov/senator/contact.cfm Washington Office 317 Russell Senate Building Washington D.C. 20510 p (202) 224-4543 f (202) 224-2417 Massachusetts Office 2400 JFK Building Boston, MA 02203 p (617) 565-3170 p (877) 472-9014 f (617) 565-3183 Senator Sheldon Whitehouse Contact Via Email: http://whitehouse.senate.gov/contact.cfm Providence Office: 170 Westminster Street, Suite 1100 Providence, RI 02903 401-453-5294 phone 401-453-5085 fax Washington Office: Hart Senate Office Building Room 502 Washington, D.C. 20510 202-224-2921 phone 202-228-6362 fax If you're not from these states and want to contact your Senator, go to Congress.org to find their contact info.