Re "Armstrong confesses without details" (Sports, Jan. 18): Apparently performance enhancing drugs are a norm with professional athletes.
After seeing Lance Armstrong spill his guts on TV about his use of these drugs, and his hinting that most other cyclists also use, I am sold.
Baseball also did it for me, they all use from what I gather.
You know we all love our sports so what's wrong with allowing these drugs? If they all do it anyway let's just enjoy what these people bring to the field. Who cares what happens to them later, they chose that life.
They get rich off of us ticket-buyers, which I might add is not cheap, and we do want to see the best game we can.
To hell with the Hall Of Fame, these guys just want to live for today. Thank you sports legends, you have made the United States look like idiots.
-- Dave Putman, Citrus Heights
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