Originally Posted by saltyzoo
Fact: Armstrong allowed his entire career's accomplishments to be taken away by not defending himself.
Does that mean he's guilty? No. But, it goes against everything I know about the mans character. Either I change my opinion about the man being of steadfast character and not shrinking from a difficult task, or he's guilty. Either way it's not positive for him.
Quitter or doper. Take your pick.
He's guilty as sin.
Everybody into cycling who was a Lance supporter always said that the people making the negative comments about him doping couldn't be trusted and that they had a personal vendetta against him.
Now his former teammate and friend George Hincapie comes out and admits he doped, Lance doped too, and Lance was the driving force behind the whole doping program for himself and the other riders. Hincapie is the kind of guy respected among other riders not to lie or make up stories about things of this nature. Now that Hincapie's statements have come out people are finally starting to believe he truth about the Lance Pharmstrong doping fiasco.
Now Lance is trying to say that the lawyers presenting the case against him also work for Big Tobacco, and that Big Tobacco is out to get him about his anti-smoking stance. What a crock of
!. Lance will do ANYTHING to make himself look like the victim in this story.
The whole thing wouldn't be so bad if he hadn't threated people with lawsuits in the past that said anything about him doping, and tried to ruin their careers.