#LieStrong: Is Lance Armstrong’s confession the real deal?

https://twitter.com/David_Spellman/status/292101255269081088

It’s common knowledge that Oprah’s couch is where today’s celebrity goes to confess his sins and move on with his career. But is Lance Armstrong’s interview a true confession of cheating? Is he truly contrite? For you, that might depend on what the meaning of “is” is.

https://twitter.com/AP/statuses/292096432998072320

https://twitter.com/edhornick/statuses/292096291046047744

https://twitter.com/bengreenman/status/292101223748874240

https://twitter.com/larryemdur/status/292102487635267584

https://twitter.com/sweetp311/status/292097667855695872

Armstrong’s sit-down isn’t sitting well with a lot of viewers.

https://twitter.com/SteveKrak/statuses/292101015195508737

http://twitter.com/WestWingReport/statuses/292110534378143744

http://twitter.com/jaketapper/statuses/292104731696984064

https://twitter.com/andersoncooper/statuses/292101041078538240

http://twitter.com/ishestradacnn/statuses/292107623191437312

http://twitter.com/JonEasley/statuses/292103654352224257

https://twitter.com/GSElevator/status/292100018557575168

https://twitter.com/ShannonTrimble/status/292109464117600256

https://twitter.com/fiona_mccann/status/292106898902241280

The interview goes on for another 90 minutes tomorrow night, but many suspect even that won’t be enough time for Oprah to absolve Lance Armstrong.

http://twitter.com/jaketapper/statuses/292106774683738114

http://twitter.com/juliekelley2/statuses/292108230837030914

http://twitter.com/courtneyhazlett/statuses/292103928638738434

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