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Published: Tuesday, January 15, 2013, 5:31 p.m.

Armstrong joins list of great American liars and cheaters

  • It turns out Lance Armstrong was an all-time great, but not at cycling.

    Associated Press file

    It turns out Lance Armstrong was an all-time great, but not at cycling.

The news about Lance Armstrong finally admitting the truth about his doping -- at least to Oprah -- got us thinking. He may no longer qualify as one of our greatest athletes, but Armstrong joins a lengthy list of great American liars and cheaters.

Armstrong is surely one of the biggest, but where does he rank among the all-time biggest liars? The Pinocchio Pantheon, if you will. Look through this list and see what you think.

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