Signing Vick is not Worth it

Signing Vick is not Worth it

There are 192 comments on the San Francisco Chronicle story from Feb 19, 2009, titled Signing Vick is not Worth it. In it, San Francisco Chronicle reports that:

Michael Vick ? Really? This might be a reclamation project that even Mike Singletary might not want to undertake.

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“speak out against animal abuse”

Since: Feb 08

Sarasota

#25 May 16, 2009
USA ROCKS wrote:
If Goodell decides to reinstate the dogkiller and if some team is hard up enough to sign him he will prove what the football analysts have been saying the whole time. As he has proven in the past, the dogkiller is nothing more than a mediocre QB and good for a Sunday night highlight in which he does what he does best, run like a running back on crack.
I almost actually hope some team does sign this POS so he can drag them to the bottom with him.
I wonder how many games he will play before his hoodrat criminal nature proves too strong to fight and he commits another crime like drug use or DUI that will put the maggot right back in jail.
ditto
http://www.thepetitionsite.com/1/stop-NFL-fro...
ban vick

USA ROCKS

Since: Aug 08

United States

#26 May 17, 2009
Vick will end up dragging any team down into the sewer with him that is desperate enough to sign him. He is a psychologically and mentally sick person, unable to lead, and let's face it, he has a well established proclivity for criminality.
Cracked up over this

Lexington Park, MD

#27 May 17, 2009
They were f**ing dogs! U hippocrites! Humans have killed millions of animals for sport, not to mention each other for insane reasons such as color, gender, etc... Get a grip a** h*les!

“Prosecute ALL Animal Abusers”

Since: Sep 07

Location hidden

#28 May 17, 2009
DOWHATITDO2U wrote:
<quoted text>
Go seek help Rebecca aka Relaxa aka NONO Palin aka cujatorres ...
Why not make a list of your OWN names?? LMAO

“Prosecute ALL Animal Abusers”

Since: Sep 07

Location hidden

#29 May 17, 2009
Cracked up over this wrote:
They were f**ing dogs! U hippocrites! Humans have killed millions of animals for sport, not to mention each other for insane reasons such as color, gender, etc... Get a grip a** h*les!
And you are just a moron. Would it be ok if I hung you, drowned you, wet you down and stuck a battery cable up your backside, threw you repeatedly against a concrete floor until your organs ruptured, or threw you in a pit with another moron with his teeth filed down, starved, and all loaded up with aggression drugs to fight for your life?? Why not?? LMAO--

Since: Mar 08

United States

#30 May 17, 2009
Cracked up over this wrote:
They were f**ing dogs! U hippocrites! Humans have killed millions of animals for sport, not to mention each other for insane reasons such as color, gender, etc... Get a grip a** h*les!

And exactly for this reason we all should make this world better. ALL OF US, not just a few.
To recognize that we are decaying is a start.
But to act on it takes ALL of us.
doglover

United States

#31 May 17, 2009
These guys are POS too.

“speak out against animal abuse”

Since: Feb 08

Sarasota

#32 May 17, 2009
JenniferInSC wrote:
<quoted text>
Why not make a list of your OWN names?? LMAO
They are having so much fun with their little "investigation" and wishing my posters family members dead etc. By the 20th they won't know whether to explode or have a orgasm over the POS getting out.

Since: Feb 09

United States

#33 May 20, 2009
USA ROCKS wrote:
Vick will end up dragging any team down into the sewer with him that is desperate enough to sign him. He is a psychologically and mentally sick person, unable to lead, and let's face it, he has a well established proclivity for criminality.
ditto
TERRY

Atlanta, GA

#34 May 20, 2009
They will find it is not worth it. He is not rehabilitated.

USA ROCKS

Since: Aug 08

United States

#35 May 21, 2009
Vick will end up dragging any team down into the sewer with him that is desperate enough to sign him. He is a psychologically and mentally sick person, unable to lead, and let's face it, he has a well established proclivity for criminality.
Kornback Rattler

Darrow, LA

#36 May 21, 2009
USA ROCKS wrote:
Vick will end up dragging any team down into the sewer with him that is desperate enough to sign him. He is a psychologically and mentally sick person, unable to lead, and let's face it, he has a well established proclivity for criminality.
See you got that one on cut & paste too. Way to go USA COX!
Chet

Brook, IN

#37 May 21, 2009
After the fall-out, signing Vick would be the most expensive thing that team and its sponsers have ever done - bar none.

America's pet-lovers will see to that.
Kornback Rattler

Darrow, LA

#39 May 21, 2009
From Tony Dungy, writing for SI.com … I firmly believe Michael (Vick) deserves a second chance in life. I understand how appalling dog fighting is, and in no way do I condone it. But he was given a punishment that the court deemed appropriate, and now he exits prison having paid for that crime. It’s time to let him bounce back after that loss. If we are willing to forgive Michael and take an honest look at the person who is leaving that prison, we might be surprised at what we see. We might see a man who says “I’m sorry” with his actions and not just his words. We might see a man who wants to get back to his three children and stop the cycle of young people growing up without a father to help them. Least important, we might see him play football again. I’m not sure of the Michael Vick(notes) we would see on the field, but I believe we would see a very different person off the field. That’s what would be exciting to me.
Vick is not sorry

Dallas, GA

#40 May 21, 2009
Certainly.
doglover

Blacksburg, SC

#41 May 22, 2009
USA ROCKS wrote:
Vick will end up dragging any team down into the sewer with him that is desperate enough to sign him. He is a psychologically and mentally sick person, unable to lead, and let's face it, he has a well established proclivity for criminality.
I agree USA. Look at this forum. Can you imagine?

“Prosecute ALL Animal Abusers”

Since: Sep 07

Location hidden

#42 May 23, 2009
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Kornback Rattler wrote:
From Tony Dungy, writing for SI.com … I firmly believe Michael (Vick) deserves a second chance in life. I understand how appalling dog fighting is, and in no way do I condone it. But he was given a punishment that the court deemed appropriate, and now he exits prison having paid for that crime. It’s time to let him bounce back after that loss. If we are willing to forgive Michael and take an honest look at the person who is leaving that prison, we might be surprised at what we see. We might see a man who says “I’m sorry” with his actions and not just his words. We might see a man who wants to get back to his three children and stop the cycle of young people growing up without a father to help them. Least important, we might see him play football again. I’m not sure of the Michael Vick(notes) we would see on the field, but I believe we would see a very different person off the field. That’s what would be exciting to me.
And we might see a man who drowned, tortured, electrocuted, fought, starved, and beat to death for his entertainment for 7 years--

You don't just say "sorry" when you are exposed for doing something as vile, horrific, disgusting, and cruel as what MV did for SEVEN YEARS or more. It's ineffective. He's been exposed, and no matter what few people speak out in his defense, the majority of polite society will never see him as anything other than "repulsive", as it should be. Many of those who speak out in his defense have another agenda as well, and I believe that even some of them deep down, are disgusted by what we all now know to be "Michael Vick".
Kornback Rattler

Darrow, LA

#43 May 23, 2009
Oh well, no matter what you want to happen. Mr. Vick will play again this year or next.

You could make better use of your time by speaking up about the horrific things done to children everyday. That is if you think they rate higher.

“Prosecute ALL Animal Abusers”

Since: Sep 07

Location hidden

#44 May 23, 2009
Kornback Rattler wrote:
Oh well, no matter what you want to happen. Mr. Vick will play again this year or next.
You could make better use of your time by speaking up about the horrific things done to children everyday. That is if you think they rate higher.
I really don't need a Vick nut hugger telling ME how to spend MY time, TYVM!!! LMAO
smitty

Newark, NJ

#45 May 23, 2009
Kornback Rattler wrote:
From Tony Dungy, writing for SI.com … I firmly believe Michael (Vick) deserves a second chance in life. I understand how appalling dog fighting is, and in no way do I condone it. But he was given a punishment that the court deemed appropriate, and now he exits prison having paid for that crime. It’s time to let him bounce back after that loss. If we are willing to forgive Michael and take an honest look at the person who is leaving that prison, we might be surprised at what we see. We might see a man who says “I’m sorry” with his actions and not just his words. We might see a man who wants to get back to his three children and stop the cycle of young people growing up without a father to help them. Least important, we might see him play football again. I’m not sure of the Michael Vick(notes) we would see on the field, but I believe we would see a very different person off the field. That’s what would be exciting to me.
look no matter what bigoted and hateful things these people say vick will back back in the nfl this year. Sure the antivick crowd will protest but it will eventually die down and he will get on with his career. all the whining and moaning in here is just there emotional outlet since they really have no power if he is reinstated or not(which he will be) let them cry and moan its the only thing that makes them feel better.

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