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Should the government investigate Armstrong?

Lance Armstrong's former teammates Tyler Hamilton and George Hincapie allege that Armstrong used performance-enhancing drugs. And as a federal grand jury investigates the cicylist, the Washington Post's Eugene Robinson discusses why he thinks the law should leave Armstrong alone. Robinson joins Morning Joe to discuss.