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Published: Friday, Jan. 18 2013 9:16 p.m. MST

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101Ways
Taylorsville, UT

He is making a mockery of this whole doping scandal by its investigating commission and its accusation and conviction of Lance Armstrong. If the commission had evidence of doping they should have all the answeres to the questions they are still curious about. If they don't have any evidence or witnesses then what basis did they pass judgment?

No one has the right to put him on trial or expect information that the commission is unable to provide. I think this whole situation is a play it by ear accusation and hoping for infromation that should have been the basis of the actions of the committee to begin with. The commissions doesn't seem to have any proof and Lance is making them all look like a bunch of idiots. Even to think that the Oprah confessions are fact is still subjective and suspect, he only confirmed what he was accused of.

Bio engineering or enhancing of your performance by off the shelf products and natural foods are not real evidences of doping. Is it doping because football and basketball players eat a lot of high protein beefsteaks and drink Gatorade?

Flashback
Kearns, UT

Armstrong didn't do anything that anyone else in his sport hasn't done for many years. He just got caught. Frankly, at this point, he just needs to disappear.

I'll bet if you tested samples from all the Tour De France winners over the last 30 years, with todays technology, they all would fail doping tests. Same with Olympic winners, same with Major League baseball, the NFL, the NBA, the NHL. Many would fail, all records would be tainted.

In Baseball, the best thing they could do is wipe all of Bonds, McGuire, and Sosa's records out of the books. Restore Hank Aaron and Roger Maris as the home run kings. And of course keep them out of the hall of fame.

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