swinter wrote:edesigner wrote:The first person he owe's a big apology to is Greg Lemond. I hope Lemond gets some of the lawyer fees he had to pay out fighting Lance's attacks.
And the Andreus. And Emma O'Reilly. And Bassons. And this guy: http://www.outsideonline.com/outdoor-adventure/biking/road-biking/My-Life-With-Lance-Armstrong.html
Let's not forget Simeoni. It wasn't enough for Armstrong to humiliate him at the Tour in front of the whole world by chasing him down in a meaningless breakaway just so he wouldn't get the chance to win a stage, something that may not have meant anything to Armstrong but would have been a career-changing event in the life of a rider like Simeoni.
But he purposely made one of the dirtiest backroom deals ever in cycling with the Giro D'Italia organizer to keep Simeoni and his Italian-based team out of their most lucrative race, their own home Tour.
So Artray, when you keep repeating that Armstrong didn't do anything any other doper did, you speak only for yourself. The rest of us aren't that stupid, willfully ignorant or so in love with Armstrong that we don't see the truth.
When someone goes to such lengths to protect and make excuses for the persona of such a malignant and vile creature such as Armstrong, it speaks volumes for their ethics and morals as well. Artray. You may want to check that in light of what's coming down the pike for your boy.
When the truth finally comes out about everything, and I mean the whole truth, I wonder how you'll feel about Armstrong having utilized the same mechanical motor system that Cancellara used at the 2010 Tour of Flanders. I wonder what sort of nonsense you'll spew in an attempt to excuse that sort of behavior by Armstrong.