I'm not trolling. The US and Spain are the worst nations on earth (along with Italy and Russia) when it comes to these matters. Unlike the scandinavian countries which are ardently anti-doping and do not have a widespread doping culture and acceptance of these procedures. The french are usually right about doping in cycling.
Oh well that's too bad you're not trolling then, cause that means you're just a fuckhead.
You're right about Scandinavia though. You're all admirable nuns there. I should especially single out people like Bjarne Riis, who did not win a Tour with blood levels that made him risk death, nor waited until the crime prescribed to confess, and is not receiving financial and logistic support by a big Danish bank to manage a team.
Then there's good old Brian Holm, who admitted to having used systematic doping his whole career, only to see the Danish Cycling Federation renew his contract as General Manager.
And who can forget Mike Rasmussen, but hey, he was just on vacation in Italy, wasn't he?
True examples of anti-doping culture these Scandinavians.
And the French media are usually right about doping uh? Well that's obviously not true, and surprisingly so, since they accuse pretty much every moving (non-French, naturelment) cyclist.