Comments on ASPCA Responds to Michael Vick Interview

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Marie   Irvine, CA

8/24/2009 2:34:49 PM

Amen! Good job ASPCA not bowing to the popular "gee he's really sorry" rhetoric that Wayne "I'll Sell Out if it Gets My Face on TV" Pacelle of HSUS did.

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Amy   Chambersburg, PA

8/24/2009 11:36:42 AM

I wish Vick would still be in jail for what he has done!

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Patty   Clearwater, FL

8/24/2009 10:24:28 AM

I totally agree with the ASPCA's position on Michael Vick. I felt that the interview on 60 minutes was rehearsed and not sincere. The only thing he's sorry about is that he got caught.

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Bobbi   SF, CA

8/24/2009 7:45:36 AM

When someone does such cruelty to innocent animals they deserve no chance being in the public eye and taxpayers are forced to pay their salary to play in sports or whatever. It's just wrong as it portrays they have all the rights while the poor animals has none.

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Christy   Covina, CA

8/23/2009 10:38:20 PM

He is getting way to uh attention from this! He needs to be forgotten about!!!!

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Paula   Hot Springs, AR

8/23/2009 8:54:48 PM

I feel the same as the ASPCA's spokesperson in that there has been no evidence of rehabilitation or remorse for that matter. You can't force a person to care. Either they care and value animals or people's lives or they don't.

I think that the punishment was appropriate and sends a warning to others who are considering or participation in such illegal activities. However, whatever applies in one case should be tailored to fit other like cases. Maltreatment of animals should not and will not be tolerated.

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madie   greensboro, NC

8/23/2009 5:32:50 PM

i cant believe the eagles hired him and that all he got was a slap on the wrist! animal crimes need to be taken as seriously as crimes against people. i dont know how he could treat those poor dogs the way he did and live with himself. it is ridiculous how in our country things like this happen.

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Jess   Austin, TX

8/23/2009 4:32:04 PM

Vick shouldn't have only been suspended from the NFL, he should have been EXPELLED. Killing animals is just as horrible as killing humans, especially if you use such barbaric measures such as electrocution and beatings. Vick commited heinous crimes and his punishment should be an example for other cases; he needs to be expelled. Vick has no compassion for animals, especially innocent little dogs, and needs to be watched closely and punished more seriously. In my opinion, he deserves the death penalty. I am not kidding.

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Jennifer   Russellville, KY

8/23/2009 12:51:53 PM

I applaud the ASPCA for their position. Mr. Vick had the opportunity to get "help" for his compulsion to torture pit bulls, but there isn't any help for those dogs that died or had to be euthanized.


Janice from Mansfield, OH--That is shocking that they are actually selling Vick jerseys for
dogs!

Sharon and S: I agree, the NFL should be ashamed for even allowing him back into the
league.

Judy: Yes, the eyes tell the story...words sounded sincere but the eyes indicated that he's only sorry he got caught and that people like us are still p*ssed off about it!

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Judy   Oak Lawn, IL

8/23/2009 6:21:10 AM

I think this is an excellent article. I watched Vick's interview on 60 minutes. I really took a good look at his eyes as he was speaking. To me, it seemed liked there was no remorse for the actions he committed, only that he got caught and lost time in playing football and making the big bucks.

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sharon   new york city, NY

8/22/2009 5:12:11 PM

Great article. I am so glad to here the ASPCA's position. I do not think Vicks is being genuine and does not deserve to be make millions of dollars after what he did. I am disgusted with the NFL for allowing him back into the league and the Eagles for taking him on.

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S   3 Oaks, MI

8/22/2009 3:07:37 PM

This is a really great article. I wish it wasn't true. I agree that Vick should have been banned from the NFL...his conduct is INEXCUSEABLE!!!!

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JANICE   MANSFIELD, OH

8/22/2009 2:29:37 PM

I'M FURIOUS WITH THE NFL FOR SELLING VICK JERSEYS TO PUT ON DOGS- WHAT A SLAP IN THE FACE SOMEONE SAID THEY DO THIS FOR ALL QUARTERBACK SHIRTS FOR DOGS.THAT MONSTER SHOULD HAVE A JERSEY THAT SAYS DOG KILLER. ALSO WHY HASN'T HE LOUDLY APOLOGIZED? HE MUMBLED WHAT WAS SUPPOSED TO BE AN I'M SORRY, I WASN'T IMPRESSED. 3 CHEERS FOR THE ASPCA.

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karen   little rock, AR

8/22/2009 7:45:53 AM

i agree with jess

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Jess   Austin, TX

8/21/2009 9:20:10 PM

Vick shouldn't have only been suspended from the NFL, he should have been EXPELLED. Killing animals is just as horrible as killing humans, especially if you use such barbaric measures such as electrocution and beatings. Vick commited heinous crimes and his punishment should be an example for other cases; he needs to be expelled. Vick has no compassion for animals, especially innocent little dogs, and needs to be watched closely and punished more seriously. In my opinion, he deserves the death penalty. I am not kidding.

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