Michael Vick’s Ignorance of The Law Brings Out Deceitful Personality

July 2, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Having been in an unlawful predicament for such a hideous and despicable crime after brutally killing animals as an amusing activity and for money, you would have assumed that Michael Vick had an advisable conscience. Someone to guide the troubled quarterback down the path and instill the difference between right and wrong.
This is not what we expected from a man who paid his debts to society, more troubles off-the-field for poor judgment by associating with a disturbed crowd.
The cynics forgave him, anointed him, and applauded him when NFL commissioner Roger Goodell conditionally reinstated and allowed Vick a second change after he was emancipated of serving 18 months in prison for bankrolling a dogfighting ring, a repugnant and senseless act that poisoned his reputation. The most famous rushing quarterback of all-time was suddenly labeled as a jailbird and the most heinous dog-killer of all-time.
Thereafter, he disgusted the average individual of his foolishness and ...

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