tedlistens writes: Not a single player was elected to the baseball Hall of Fame this year--the first time that has happened since 1996--raising again the issue of steroids in pro sports. But for all the finger-wagging against PED use, a counter-argument is emerging. Steroids and PEDs, it says, should be legalized. Or at least de-stigmatized. “This fake moral outrage about the ‘disgraceful state of competitive sports nowadays’ that serves as a running dialogue every time an athlete is busted for steroids is just about played out,” wrote sports columnist, Jen Floyd Engel, for Fox Sports, in August. “The fact is almost every single argument against performance-enhancing drugs falters when viewed in light of how we live the rest of our lives.” Secretive, even cautious at first, the pro-steroid argument is growing in confidence, and in prominence.