The same program that Andy Schleck was on. So you take the Tour title from one doper and give it to another. Yeah, that's how the war on drugs will be won.offbyone said:You have to come to reality, if he got caught for clen than more than likely he just got away with everything else in his program.
No he does not. Preferential treatment is the name of the game in all walks of life, as it is at the UCI. Have you not been following along here? Just because you and many others believe that things SHOULD be one way, they are in reality another way.offbyone said:Contador has to be treated just like any other doper.
Did you see how Pat McQuaid tried to keep Contador's test result quiet until the matter was exposed by a German journalist?
Welcome to pro cycling, rotten to the core.
Unlike you I can see the shades of gray that life is lived in. If you can't tell the difference between Armstrong and Contador, it is beyond me why you're even commenting on what I wrote.offbyone said:If it was lance I am sure you would say it is enough to take his tour title. So don't be a hypocrite.
As for hypocrisy, you've got to be kidding me. The whole stinking process at the UCI is a showcase for hypocrisy. And you suddenly expect the rotten crew that control cycling to suddenly sprout angels' wings and do what's right? My good man you are off by more than just one of you believe this.
Hey Nostradamus, the Spanish Federation aren't going to give their national cycling hero a two-year ban for a sand grain of clenbutarol. And the UCI won't do a thing about it either.offbyone said:I understand it is difficult to accept when you are the captain of his fan club. In a couple years he will have his chance to come back clean and show us if he can still do it.
I don't make these crooked rules, but I understand how things work. Don't blame me for that, I have nothing to do with how the UCI navigates it's pirate ship.