It sure is fun watching the Armstrong Cult rock back & forth down here in the Austin area over this whole issue.
I'm not mad at him for doping. I am mad at him for perpetuating the lie for 15 years, the large number of people he threw under the bus to remain in secret and his defamation lawsuits against anyone who dared speak an ill word against him in public. I am mad because he has furthered the "win at any cost" culture of athletics perhaps more than any other athlete, particularly since he was viewed as so squeeky-clean for so long.
Lance Armstrong is a self-absorbed asshole. He was an absolute dick when developing his property near Austin and amassed a number of environmental violations & fines--and that's from the notoriously weak-kneed Texas Commission on Environmental Quality. There are a lot of people, including me, that believe his secondary reason for creating LiveStrong was to service a "good guy image" that allowed him to get the public benefit of the doubt during doping accusations and allow him to get away with his bullying intimidation of team members and team support staff that knew the truth.
I view the fallout from his admission as a legal curiosity given his past success with defamation lawsuits against the press, his defamation of other cyclists & team support staff, whether past sponsors (including the USPS) seek restitution for fraud under morality clauses of contracts, etc. His admission at this point will set in motion some interesting things.