No. They have a right to sign anyone thery want.
you know, some guy got curb stomped to death outside of a Phils game recently.
Curb-stompers are probably ok with dog fighting.
And why does your tone suggest that you do not care about children?
You know the time is right to take control, we gotta take offense against the status quo
Originally Posted by A. de Tocqueville
Vick deserves another chance. He's made some dumb decisions throughout his life, but everyone deserves another chance. Since the Dolphins debuted it, I've been dying to see Vick in the Wildcat. He is going to be a serious problem in the NFC this year. Eagles vs. Jets in the Super Bowl, you heard it here. J-E-T-S Jets Jets Jets!!
He did not automatically step back in. The Phill Eagles, a private party, have decided it is in their best interest to have him playing for them. I highly doubt what he deserved was much of a factor for them.
1. Vick's criminal acts were numerous, intentional, on-going and pre-meditated.
2. Stallworth committed a single criminal act. It was clearly stupid, but it was not intentional.
3. Vick's victims were 100% innocent. Yes, they were dogs, but 100% innocent just the same.
4. Stallworth's victim ran into the street and in front of Stallworth's car to catch a bus. People who run into the street are generally seen as contributing to their injuries, regardless of whether the person who hit them is drunk (i.e. if he was not in the street he would not have gotten hit).
To make your silly comparison work Donte would have had to string an innocent person up and electrocute him, then get a 30-day sentence. Do you imagine he would get 30 days or do you think his sentence would have been worse than Vick's? Thanks for playing.
Wow. Am I awesome or what?
Vick served his time and apologized for his actions, so who cares about it anymore besides PETA?
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