Did you know that we have a federal agency (US Anti-doping Agency) whose job it is to investigate athletes who use performance enhancing drugs? I mean really? We have to have a federal agency to investigate athletes who use substances, many of which aren't even illegal? This is some sort of national security issue, keeping us safe from juicing athletes? Now they are going after Lance Armstrong again. A guy who is the most tested athlete in history with over 500 tests. Do they sit around and say, "hey, we've run out of stuff to do, let's bring up that Lance Armstrong thing again to justify our existence." Armstrong may very well be the smartest juicer ever. Or maybe just lucky he never got caught. Maybe he really is clean, I don't know. Regardless, do we really need a federal agency to go after this guy again and again, and again? What is the point? BTW, I don't give a hoot about Armstrong. I don't care one way or the other, other than it seems to be a big waste of time and money to go after him.