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Oprah Winfrey is about to score her best ratings in years, or at least since she began the Oprah Winfrey Network. People are going to want to tune in and watch and listen as Lance Armstrong confesses to using performance-enhancing drugs. Sure, most already believed that the did, even before the World Anti-Doping Agency stripped him of his Olympic medal and 7-Tour de France titles, and levied a lifetime ban. But people want to see him squirm and show regret for what he did, as he repeatedly tried to mislead everyone for years. For all intents and purposes, Oprah says she was very satisfied with his responses, and that Armstrong was ‘very forthcoming’ in the interview that will air on Thursday. But that simply isn’t going to be enough for the WADA. Obviously, they were paying close attention to this, but an on-air confession to a person in the media isn’t going to do the trick to allow him back into the race. “only when Mr. Armstrong makes a full confession under oath — and tells the ...
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