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One Big Lie...

Here is what he said lately ...

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" I looked up the definition of cheat ...... and the definition is to gain an advantage on a rival or foe. I didn't view it that way. I viewed it as a level playing field."

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...............................................Lance Armstrong

Amstrong didn't think he was cheating, because he is a psychopath. Now he's trying to save his corporation. He doesn't feel guilty about stealing the money or all the lies he told. He is sick, and not with cancer. One wonders if he ever even had it (metastasized cancer is not usually cured) or was it all an excuse for all the doctor's visits. Building a bionic man, so to speak. Pathetic.

Having watched most, but a not all of the Oprah interview, I fail to see how or why anyone would wish to prolong the interview . What more is there to say ? He cheated. He screwed up people's lives. He's not sorry.

Armstrong shouldn't go away; he should be prosecuted for abuse of the court system, for obvious, repeated perjury, for leading what is clearly a criminal enterprise. How evil is this man , to defame and ruin co-workers and friends in defence of his own ego and lies? He deserves nothing from anyone; no pity, no forgiveness. He should be made penniless, and hopefully those he ruined and defamed will make him so.

comment by Hodgey (U1271)

posted on 18/1/13

Watched the interview and think he is still lying, and was not contrite at all. What has struck me though is the audacity of some his former teammates, who have also all cheated at the end of the day, who now have quasi-hero status for unearthing LA's drug abuse. What right do they have as they are cheats too?

posted on 19/1/13

Live-Wrong
Cheat-Strong

posted on 19/1/13

HARDwoodSPANK Copyright
Live-Wrong
Cheat-Strong

T-shirts coming soon

posted on 19/1/13

hardwood - I'd buy one of those. <OK>

posted on 19/1/13

Thanks MD There's a free one for you feedback

posted on 19/1/13

*your

posted on 20/1/13

Seemed to me from the interview,that he wasn't sorry for doping,he was sorry for being caught.

posted on 21/1/13

Hardwood put me down for a couple of those tshirts too...

posted on 21/1/13

There was nothing about the interview that made me feel he is truly sorry for what he has done. The interview was too soft and on his own terms again.

Should have had a more stricter interviewer like Paxman. I really hope LA is taken to the cleaners, not for the cheating and the doping, but for the incessant lying and the way in which he vehimently destroyed peoples lives if they spoke out against him.

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