By now there are two camps, those you understand the truth and realise what happened during the Armstrong era. Then there are those that will never be convinced otherwise, even despite the evidence USADA might bring to the table. The whole stripping him of Tour wins thing is completely pointless when the same hasn't happened to Riis, Indurain, Pantani, Ullrich etc. Different era, you can't change history.
However this investigation will be a failure unless the likes of Bruyneel, McQuaid etc are brought to the table and removed from the sport of cycling. They are much more of a problem than Armstrong himself as they continue to 'pollute' the sport with the old ways.
Sorry, not buying this argument. He is losing his titles because he did not cooperate with the USADA. He had an opportunity to admit doping, but instead he continues to deny it. It doesn't matter if past winners doped, because they are not under investigation. This is an effort to clean up the sport and send a message to the corrupt individuals entrenched in the system.
If Armstrong wants to keep insisting he magically "beat" cancer and transformed from a mediocre rider to a 7-time Tour winner, then he will have to deal with the consequences. Seems fair to me. He certainly benefitted greatly from his illegal acts -- without which he would likely never even have been relevant in cycling.