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Tucker Carlson: Michael Vick 'should have been executed

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:frown2:

"I'm a Christian, I've made mistakes myself, I believe fervently in second chances, but Michael Vick killed dogs, and he did [it] in a heartless and cruel way," Carlson said. "And I think personally he should have been executed for that. He wasn't."

"But the idea that the President of the United States would be getting behind someone who murdered dogs [is] kind of beyond the pale," he said.

Read more: http://www.nydailynews.com/news/politics/2010/12/29/2010-12-29_tucker_carlson_michael_vick_should_have_been_executed_for_running_dogfighting_ri.html#ixzz19XXxsSOd

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*waits for meat to agree*

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Yet he's probably behind Glenn Beck, and Beck raped and murdered a girl in 1990. :)

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I'm a Christian

Stop right there :lol:

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In a country that kills the unborn, killing dogs shouldn't be a big deal.

i'm just sayin

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In a country that kills the unborn, killing dogs shouldn't be a big deal.

i'm just sayin

I'm guessing you don't pull out or flush the unborn, wrapped in a condom, down the toilet? :ciappa:

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Stop right there :lol:

Be careful..with that broad brush of yours.;)

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cool, let bring up animals to the level of humans. WE are The World...

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Saw this earlier, didn't deem the thoughts of a retard worth posting.

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Stupid statement from Tucker. Not the first mind you.

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Be careful..with that broad brush of yours.;)

Not sure if that was sarcasm. Saying you are a christian while wishing death on another person... well, you know...

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I can understand being pissed off at what Vick did--it was and still is repulsive and disgusting. But here you have a guy who epitomizes what the prison system tries to do. He plead guilty, a plea that was accepted by a Federal Judge, was sentenced within the guidelines the law sets out and went to jail. Two of the stated goal of the prison system are retribution and rehabilitation. Vick set out $1,000,000 to go towards the care of dogs. That's retribution. He serves his time, comes out and makes a legitimate, genuine effort to change. That's rehabilitation. And in that process, becomes what he was before he left for prison--a great football player.

Vick has done the school-lecture circuit. He doesn't deny what he did, and doesn't try to justify it. He's using his mistakes as a tool to try to prevent others from making the same ones. Don't fault a guy for learning from his mistakes. Lord knows theres probably not a soul on this board, myself included, that hasn't done something that could have landed them in jail had they been caught.

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