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There are 1255 comments on the The Morning Call story from Jul 30, 2009, titled Michael Vick says "getting close" to finding a new football hom.... In it, The Morning Call reports that:

This is a July 20, 2009 file photo showing former Atlanta Falcon quarterback Michael Vick arriving at federal court in Norfolk, Va.

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Trey

Allentown, PA

#1 Jul 30, 2009
he should not be aloud to play in the NFL! put him back in jail...must be nice to be rich and get away with anything...
Charles Xavier

Philadelphia, PA

#2 Jul 30, 2009
Hey.. he shouldnt find it hard to find a job, now that the NFL openly allows criminals.
VICKSUPPORTER

Atlanta, GA

#3 Jul 30, 2009
He served 23 months, that's plenty Mr. Judgemental! Suck it up and stop HATING! This goes out to Trey, whoever the heck he is.
VICKSUPPORTER

Atlanta, GA

#4 Jul 30, 2009
You people are white, aren't you?
Zach

United States

#5 Jul 30, 2009
Thats why it is the National Felons League. We need more crime in America to cut down on the population. Maybe all cultures will want to be thugs and gang members.
http://www.thepetitionsite.com/14/boycott-the...
Tim

Macungie, PA

#6 Jul 30, 2009
I guess no one here has ever driven an automobile after having a few beers or went over the speed limit. It good to see that we don't have criminals calling others criminals. The man has done his time, why do you feel so little about yourselves? If you want to gripe about something, gripe about him claiming bankruptcy and he'll make millions. How many Catholics have raped little boys and destroyed many families, all the way up to the pope, and they have never been held accountable? And yet how many fools still give them money?
Bye NFL

Allentown, PA

#7 Jul 30, 2009
I'm not watching the NFL anymore because of the Vick decision. If I want to see criminals I'll watch cops.
RtrvrMom

Kansas City, MO

#8 Jul 30, 2009
Zach wrote:
Thats why it is the National Felons League.....
It is, we know that and that's why no-one should be surprised by this.
I said before that someone would be crunching the numbers to see if they would make money on the bet that sports-worshiping americans would forget the crimes of this player(and others)and support the NFL financially. Apparently the numbers are coming in on his side.
Shameful but not unexpected.
I'm not suggesting that he should not be able to earn a living, just that he has not shown that he is truly sorry for the violence and other crimes and therefore does not deserve the privelage and position he previously held as star athlete.

(BTW, I am white but my dogs are all Black and THEY are who I am speaking out for)
Rose Mendoza

Richfield, WI

#9 Jul 30, 2009
dont let the door hit you.......
RtrvrMom

Kansas City, MO

#10 Jul 30, 2009
Tim wrote:
I guess no one here has ever driven an automobile after having a few beers or went over the speed limit. It good to see that we don't have criminals calling others criminals. The man has done his time, why do you feel so little about yourselves? If you want to gripe about something, gripe about him claiming bankruptcy and he'll make millions. How many Catholics have raped little boys and destroyed many families, all the way up to the pope, and they have never been held accountable? And yet how many fools still give them money?
So you're comparing speeding with torturing and killing dogs.

And you're suggesting that all those who believe in justice for animals would turn their back on molested children.

OK then....

Since: Apr 07

Miami

#11 Jul 30, 2009
Bravo, Mike.

ignore the ignorant haters, go fulfill your NFL destiny!
Dan

United States

#12 Jul 30, 2009
Mike if you think the animal lovers will forget..........You should have thought of that but then your cultural defects cant distinguish right from wrong can they?or thats your lame excuse. Theres alot of us Southern people know right from wrong.
PIT LOVER

Eastport, NY

#13 Jul 30, 2009
Did he get picked up yet? Hmm, did anyone hear anything? Hmm.
Palmetto Jack

Chesterfield, SC

#14 Jul 30, 2009
Vick will be in Oakland with the rest of the wackos !
Palmetto Jack

Chesterfield, SC

#15 Jul 30, 2009
Tim wrote:
I guess no one here has ever driven an automobile after having a few beers or went over the speed limit. It good to see that we don't have criminals calling others criminals. The man has done his time, why do you feel so little about yourselves? If you want to gripe about something, gripe about him claiming bankruptcy and he'll make millions. How many Catholics have raped little boys and destroyed many families, all the way up to the pope, and they have never been held accountable? And yet how many fools still give them money?
You are stupid by saying Catholics rape...it's a few bad priest and not all Catholics...you must be a dumb dutchy!
Animal Advocate

Philadelphia, PA

#16 Jul 30, 2009
The "problem" lies with the justice system. Mr. Vick has served his sentence and, so long as he abides by the conditions of his reinstatement to the NFL - well, it is what it is. I am not in favor of him being in the spotlight and perhaps being a roll-model for young people, but until penalties for animal cruelty and abuse become more harsh, there is nothing that can be done. So, if you do not like it - lobby your state representative, senator and congressman to enact tougher penalties. Support groups and agencies that effectively and FAIRLY lobby for this. Don't just sound off - that does not help you or any of the animal victims.
As an aside to the comments concerning the comparison between pedophiles and animal cruelty - statistics show that people who abuse animals typically show no respect for human life either.
Tim

Macungie, PA

#17 Jul 30, 2009
RtrvrMom wrote:
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So you're comparing speeding with torturing and killing dogs.
And you're suggesting that all those who believe in justice for animals would turn their back on molested children.
OK then....
For the simple minded...people break the law everyday and very rarely are they held accountable. This man has paid the penalty for his crime. Do you really feel so low about yourself that you feel as if you need to judge others? Does that make you feel better about yourself?

You need to get a life and stop worrying about and judging others. There is a reason that you're not a Judge just as there is a reason that millions pay good money to watch Vick play and wouldn't pay you a cent to watch you play unless they would need a good laugh. Being jealous will never make you feel better about yourself.
Tim

Macungie, PA

#18 Jul 30, 2009
Babies are being aborted everyday and how many of you don't have a problem with that? Why, because it has become commonplace? Thanks for showing where your values truly lie. Lot's of Godless folk around here.
westburb

Allentown, PA

#19 Jul 30, 2009
I hear he is close to signing a multi-year deal with the Leavenworth Axmurderers.
Angel

Jacksonville, FL

#20 Jul 30, 2009
Palmetto Jack wrote:
Vick will be in Oakland with the rest of the wackos !
lol

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