Originally aired: Thursday, October 11, 2012
Lance Armstrong was a hero, a cancer survivor and possibly the most dominant cyclist in history. But now comes new testimony from his former teammates. It shows Armstrong as an infamous cheat, a defiant liar and a bully who pushed others to cheat with him so he could succeed. Luke and Dave both assumed Armstrong was doping. But they had no idea he was Tony Soprano of the operation. // Veteran Middle East reporter Lara Logan says the U.S. government of propagating a "major lie" about terrorism. The lie, Logan said, is that the Taliban and al-Qaida terrorists have softened in recent years. // Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney will no longer bring up Glen Doherty, a former Navy SEAL killed in the Sept. 11 attack on the U.S. consulate in Libya. This comes after Doherty's mother complained. // U.S. Sen. Claire McCaskill of Missouri released new ads this week attacking Republican challenger Todd Akin's views that women can naturally fend off pregnancies caused by "legitimate rape." Luke and Dave recall when EVERYONE was calling for Akin to drop out of the race. Now they're amazed the race so close. And a Wisconsin state representative is hoping people will forget his gaffe. He's in full damage control mode after he told the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel "some girls rape easy." He says his words were taken out of context.