Originally Posted by alexzn
Whatever people think about drug cheats, I sure know that they don't like liars.
That's one thing which I don't like with Lance, and especially with Millar, and Aldag. They are acting like they are some sort of gods blaming everyone else so damn easily. Millar is forgetting he was actually the one who got caught already, and Aldag was one of those crying babies who's conscious didn't let them sleep, and they had to come out 10 years later, while most of people they accuses were never caught. Armstrong on the other side was never (officially) caught, but there's more then enough accusations about his doping, that he's really not the right person to talk about "idiots destroying sport". I agree that he wasn't caught etc etc. but he should know whats all about, and he should know how to keep mouth shut when it comes to this. World is spinning one way or the other, and sooner or later you end up on wrong place. So at least till then, keep your mouth shut since it will look, at least for me, pretty pathetic when that happens, and someone will drag out your week/month/year old comment about "idiots destroying sport with doping".
As far as confessions go, I totally agree. There's no need to confess anything. Ullrich has same thing in Germany... he still didn't confess anything, and if he did, all his (ex)sponsors would jump at him and sue the hell out of him (most of them, including T-Mobile, already said publicly they would do that). So until someone really comes with credible results, not just accusations, he will never admit anything. And I believe Lance is in very similar situation. So I totally understand, he won't come out, make pathetic press conference and cry there that his conscious doesn't let him sleep anymore. Besides... what would it change anyway even if he would do it?