Updated: Thursday, 18 Oct 2012, 6:41 PM EDT
Published : Thursday, 18 Oct 2012, 6:41 PM EDT
People are sounding off about doping allegations against famous cyclist Lance Armstrong. Plus, a Florida girl was denied from going to homecoming because of an overdue library book, but most people have a lot to say about the U.S. Senate Race.
Al from Seymour said, "How come all these so called friends of his are coming forward after all this time saying that he was doping? Why didn't they bring it up during the races? Think about that people."
Shawn from New Haven said, "This poor girl is being punished because she has one overdue book, that she's not allowed to go to the homecoming dance. You've got kids in school carrying guns, threatening people, fighting, skipping school and your going to condemn a girl for an overdue book? I think that's ridiculous. The school needs to get their priorities straight."
Unknown from Bridgeport said, "I wonder how many other people besides myself either turn the voice off on all these political commercials or use that time to leave the room and do whatever else you need to."
Barb from Beacon Falls said, "I think it's a shame that in a great state like Connecticut, we can't find someone more honorable then either McMahon or Murphy to run for the Senate. It's sad that I have to decide my vote based on which one is the less horrific liar. I sure wish there was another option."
Bert from Woodbury said, "They really want to get people to vote for them, do something good with your money instead of using it in a mud-slinging contest between each other. I think they'll find results a lot more beneficial to both of them."