These fools are actually trying to defend Michael Vick:
The NFL has every right to give Michael Vick an indefinite suspension, his participation in a dogfighting enterprise was cruel and inhuman, but this doesn't mean that the NFL should act like it's on high moral ground here. Anyone who follows the NFL thoroughly knows that it's filled with wife-beaters, alcoholics with multiple criminal offenses and other low-lives like Adam "Pacman" Jones who've gotten way too many second chances. More reason for Michael Vick to be given another chance one day if he's able to show true contrition during his time locked up and that he's a fully changed man once he gets out. But the idea that the NFL doesn't have a right to ban Vick from their league for life is ridiculous.
An NAACP leader believes Michael Vick should be allowed to return to the NFL, preferably the Atlanta Falcons, after serving his prison sentence for his role in a dogfighting operation.
"As a society, we should aid in his rehabilitation and welcome a new Michael Vick back into the community without a permanent loss of his career in football," said R.L. White, president of the NAACP's Atlanta chapter, yesterday. "We further ask the NFL, Falcons, and the sponsors not to permanently ban Mr. Vick from his ability to bring hours of enjoyment to fans all over this country."
White said the Falcons quarterback made a mistake and should be allowed to prove he has learned from that mistake. On Monday, Vick said through a lawyer that he will plead guilty to a federal charge of conspiracy to travel in interstate commerce in aid of unlawful activities and conspiracy to sponsor a dog in an animal fighting venture.