What makes me think Lance Armstrong is a professional con man who isn't done conning?—
Roger Simon (@politicoroger) January 18, 2013
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.
Lance Armstrong's interview is a lot of semantics; says he looked up the definition of "cheat" and didn't think it applied to him.—
Ed Hornick (@edhornick) January 18, 2013
Lance Armstrong looked up the definition of "cheat" in the dictionary? That's the weirdest part of the interview so far.—
Ben Greenman (@bengreenman) January 18, 2013
Armstrong’s sit-down isn’t sitting well with a lot of viewers.
Lance Armstrong has this weird thing where he says "no" but nods "yes." Maybe I've watched too many body language segments…—
Steve Krakauer (@SteveKrak) January 18, 2013
"It didn't feel wrong"
He didn't feel bad.
He didn't feel he was cheating.—
Anderson Cooper (@andersoncooper) January 18, 2013
It's fascinating to see the persona Lance Armstrong allowed the world to admire & the one others describe and he now admits to.—
Ismael Estrada (@ishestradacnn) January 18, 2013
Lance: "It's impossible for me to answer this question and for anyone to believe it."—
Jonathan Easley (@JonEasley) January 18, 2013
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.
Would love to know what Marion Jones thinks of Lance's "confession". She went to prison over lesser accusations.—
Courtney Hazlett (@courtneyhazlett) January 18, 2013