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Aspen and Armstrong are both living in denial

Dear Editor:

Why not?

Of course Armstrong likes Aspen. Some people here are willing to overlook his doping, bad attitude, lack of class, and arrogance.

The only reason he “doesn’t know” about his doping allegations and his stated ignorance of doing it is that he chooses to deny it.

Why not stay in a place which condones such poor behavior and gives him a seat on the board of its art museum?

And, his business managers are responsible for his Livestrong Foundation – not him.

Etna Tauscher


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