from CNN : Armstrong's motivation is obvious. His career is in ruins. The Livestrong cancer charity he founded is struggling . He faces possible litigation. He wants to compete again and needs somehow to put this phase of his career behind him.
But that is not so easy for athletes who cheat, as we were reminded by last week's vote to exclude Barry Bonds, Sammy Sosa and Roger Clemens from baseball's Hall of Fame, based almost exclusively on alleged use of performance-enhancing drugs.
They never apologized; perhaps Armstrong intends to do so. But if millions of people aren't watching him on Oprah -- if most of the country just sees a 20-second clip later -- does it have the same effect?
Will you be watching? Do you think he deserves another chance?