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(article quote): "An attorney for Lance Armstrong told the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency the cyclist will cooperate with efforts to "clean up cycling," though it's the sport's governing body and world anti-doping officials who should take the lead." ---- No, seriously Lance, we do want you and your attorneys (shielding you from 1,000's of lawsuits for as long as possible), to lead the assault against doping. We trust you now that you've told Oprah the real truth albeit beyond the statute of limitations for some reason...
Armstrong in the apology tour, much like Obama. Its amazing how people buy into this carp. Just open all the sports to heavy doping and steroids. Nobody will be disappointed then, everyone will be doing it. Later Lance.
go away. we don't care about biking.
I do care about cycling, and I also wish Lance would just go away.
Maybe we could get Michael Vick to clean up dog fighting!
Thanks, Lance. You're neat!!!!!!
yeah, lance is going to help clean up cycling...and o.j. is going to help find ron and nicole's killer. please lance-just leave us alone. we don't care about you anymore.
The only reason more than 100 people in the U.S. cared about bike racing in France was Armstrong, and now we can go back to not caring. Funny, this is like former drug abusers making money to speak to school assemblies about how bad drugs are. Wouldn't it make more sense to find someone who could have used them but didn't?
Oprah, you were totally played. This is why Armstrong appeared your show and not on 60 Minutes. All he confessed to was PART of what USADA had already proven. He won't testify in front of USADA because they're effective. Instead, he wants to go before the International Cycling Union, which is corrupt, and WADA, who should have busted him, but didn't.
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