Lance Armstrong was in the paper this morning. I am not a big sports fan, but I know who Lance is. Bicycle racing is not a sport like basketball or football or soccer. There is no ball, there are no goals, the ability to dance across the field, upside down and backwards is immaterial. Mostly all it requires is strength and endurance. I've done some cycling, though I was never a competitor, and I still enjoy it, so maybe that's why I know who Lance is.
The reason Lance was in the paper this morning is that the USADA (United States Anti-Doping Agency)(Who? What? never heard of 'em) is threatening to take away the medals he got for winning the Tour de France (a really big bicycle race) 7 (!) times AND get him banned from a sport he has retired from. (Who? What?).
Lance says it's a witch hunt, and I agree. These yahoos at the USADA (Who? What?) had years to prove their case. They tried and failed, but they are still trying to prove it long after the fact. Don't you guys have anything better to do? Well, maybe not. Maybe they have been so successful in stopping steroid use that they are hurting for publicity. Gee, that sounds kind of political to me.