Skip to comments.Tucker Carlson: ‘Michael Vick should be executed’ (Video)
Posted on 12/29/2010 8:13:05 AM PST by lbryce
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Shut up Tucker! Mike Vick has more than paid his debt to society for animal cruelty. He is my born-again brother and I hope he wins MVP!
Sharia Law makes more sense than this lamebrain.
Is he on Fox? I thought he was an MSNBC guy. I haven’t had tv for over a year so I’m a little behind the times.
It's not really an outrage when one considers child molesters and rapists get about the same time in prison. NFL players that killed HUMAN BEINGS in drunken driving accidents have gotten less time in prison.
Certainly, you believe every murderer, then, should be executed, too?
Certainly, if you think Vick should be executed, you believe all drunk drivers that kill other human beings should be, too. Right?
How about child molesters? You're not seriously claiming what Vick did was as bad as molesting a child, are you?
Michael Vick did more time for killing his dogs than any woman will ever do for killing her unborn child.
How many pro-abortion Freepers do you know?
He was sitting in for Hannity, maybe he was sabotaging FNC?
What does that have to do with torturing animals?
This talk of executing Vick is like watching an episode of the Sopranos and seeing Tony Soprano more upset about his horse being killed than all the human beings, including his friends, that he ordered whacked.
The only ones I knew of have recently received their just dess-ZOTs.
Spectaculous, it was.
Yes, you most certainly may request that posting, but I won't write it, because I have no intention of leveling that charge.
Since we're invoking "logic", I would hope we can all agree that the vilification of one crime does not absolve others.
I think we can agree on that, though I don't quite get your rationale for extending the argument out that far. We're commenting on one Michael Vick, and his one signature crime.
When this story first made the news, I wanted to see Michael Vick ruined for life, for what he did. His behavior and handling of the issue from that point forward was a complete surprise to me.
I had expected for him to evade, dissemble, and generally attempt to shift blame for what occurred onto others, but he didn't. He took his lumps, paid the price, and weathered every sling and arrow that came his way. He appears to have truly recognized the horror he perpetrated against those defenseless animals, and seems genuinely remorseful about it.
I'm not sure whether what I feel is forgiveness for him, but it's at least a withdrawal of complete condemnation.
Many animals are NOT helpless.
Many animals are NOT helpless.
The ones we are discussing here ARE.
Tucker has never been more than Flatulence.
Because FOX is trying to be fair and unbiased by having the same quality of show hosts as CBS, NBC, and ABC.
Should he be executed?
It does deserve an A. You wouldn’t believe how hard it is to dig up Chatsworth pics on the web. I think I found the only two.
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