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[Fox News’ Tucker Carlson Thinks Michael Vick Should Be Executed]
[Tucker Swanson McNear Carlson (born May 16, 1969)]
Alright, President Obama – it has been confirmed by the White House – called the owner of the Philadelphia Eagles, and during the course of their conversation thanked him for giving Michael Vick a second chance. Source: LYBIO.net Now, I’m a Christian, I’ve made mistakes myself, I believe fervently in second chances. But Michael Vick killed dogs, and he did in a heartless and cruel way. And I think, personally, he should’ve 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? Kind of beyond the pale. Source: LYBIO.net
[Ben Daniel Crenshaw (born January 11, 1952)]
I am a little uncertain why he called. But I don’t think there is any question that most American’s agree in two things in this instance, it was – it was absolutely shocking, to – to – to what we saw what came out of that. On the other hand, there are countless people who do – who do, and, and, need second chances and America is very forgiving in that instance. I’m glad Michael Vick is on the field, is playing, he’s having on of the best years of his life, but I think that he – he is fairly repentant, but then again, I don’t know why President Obama is making such a, such a
That’s a – that’s a really good point, but we have a sincere disagreement, again, I’ll all – I’m all for forgiveness, I think some things are unforgivable and Michael Vick did one of those things, in hurting dogs. However, why is the President weighing in on this?
[Leslie Sanchez (born 1971)]
Ya, I think that is the bigger point, on this. And I don’t think we can assume that the President thinks any conversation like that is going to be private. I mean, the coach was excited, he talked about it, he talked about how passionate the President was about this, if he’s so passionate about it, he could go to a small business across the country that believes in the second chances Act and is employees the kind of re-entry of some of these convicted felons – convicts, but he didn’t do that, its a kind of Bad Boy Celebrity, who happens to be extremely talented – and I think he is repentant, he’s doing some really good things, he’s changed his course, that’s a separate story though, that’s not the ___ all the time. Source: LYBIO.net
Heâ€™s some creepy, rich, overpaid football player, I mean, come on
That’s, that’s what a lot of people are gonna feel.
If the President said thereâ€™s some guy who was dealing crack as a kid, grew up in a poor family, you know the story, and heâ€™s turned his life around, you know, fine.
Right, right, but that’s not what it is
[Douglas Schoen (June 27, 1953)] Source: LYBIO.net
We don’t discriminate against rich people, but let me finish, bottom line he did a horrific thing
Yes he did
He paid, he went to jail, he’s speaking for the humane society, the ASPCA, he has turned his life around. The Humane Society has said even Michael Vick may well be able to have a dog at some point, in the future. And the President acknowledges that this is a country of second chances, with a high profile felon who has acknowledged his foil-ables, and you know what the President was right to make this point because its a metaphor, Tucker, not just
No, I don’t think
__ protest, its like the Donner party becoming spokesman for vegetarianism, a). b) the president doesn’t need to weigh in on this an every other little crisis, or burp in – in the National story, this is like, he weighing in on the Mosque at ground zero. And he weighs in, because he truly
[Douglas Schoen] Source: LYBIO.net
No, its a different thing, this is about, this is about redemption not about policy decision you don’t like.
He believes his opinion is [inaudible] I totally disagree with the policy about it,
I do too
Why can’t the President acknowledge the value of an unexpressed thought.
[Leslie Sanchez] Source: LYBIO.net
No. Thank you, I do believe there is a whole pattern of the President inserted/discern himself, in many of these issues, you go back to Professor Gates, you can go back to exactly, your point on the Mosque issue, there, and I think that, it puts into question what the President is focusing on at the time, and that’s part of what..
So get some common sense man, your the President. People pick close attention to everything you say.
Christmas to talk about redemption is not the worse thing in the world Tucker.
[Tucker Carlson] Source: LYBIO.net
The guy who is killing dogs, I mean, holly smokes, first of all, I actually think.
He’s paid, he’s gone to jail.
He went to jail for two years. I mean, whatever. There are people who cheat on their taxes, there are matradee’s who don’t report all of their tips, get longer than that, that’s nothing!
Tucker, what you think about the criminal justice system doesn’t mean that somebody was paid with incarceration and is trying to do pendents, shouldn’t have the acknowledgment, by leaders, high and low, of his…
[Tucker Carlson] Source: LYBIO.net
Well, I think the President should be quiet on – be quiet on this one
Its the President’s judgment
Fox News’ Tucker Carlson Thinks Michael Vick Should Be Executed. He went to jail for two years. I mean, whatever. There are people who cheat on their taxes, there are matradee’s who don’t report all of their tips, get longer than that, that’s nothing! Complete Full Script, Dialogue, Remarks, Saying, Quotes, Words And Text By Tucker Carlson – Thinks Michael Vick Should Be Executed – Fox News.