Lance Armstrong is back in the news, this time whining about being singled out by the cycling authorities. Armstrong committed three wrongs. First, he cheated. Second, he lied about his cheating. Third, he abused people who accused him of cheating and lying. In grading these offenses, I would say that the third is the worst, followed by the second, followed by the first. The cheating doesn't bother me, since, as Armstrong says, everybody was doing it. Armstrong was the best cyclist of the cheaters. I don't agree with Greg LeMond that Armstrong couldn't have won the Tour de France without cheating. If nobody were cheating, Armstrong could have won. With everybody cheating, he won. Obviously, if everybody but Armstrong were cheating, he couldn't have won.