There's an old saying that when you are in a hole the best way to get out is to stop digging, but apparently that's a saying the disgraced 2006 Tour de France winner has never heard.
"You've got to legalize doping. They (the testers) are so far behind in the testing organizations that there's no way to change it now," Landis told Cyclingnews this week.
As you may recall from THIS story Landis won the 2006 Tour de France only to be stripped of his victory after testing positive for a banned substance (synthetic testosterone) during the race.
Speaking after accusing Lance Armstrong of doping in a Sports Illustrated story Landis told Cyclingnews, "Just accept that it's here, that it's not going away and that it's just going to get more complicated and the fact that it's not that complicated yet compared to what it will be," he said.
"Ten years from now it's going to be four times as hard as it is now to test for things."
Landis went on to say, "They're not even remotely close to catching anybody; it's just a joke. You can use as much EPO as you want and unless you're an idiot you're not going to get caught."