Tucker Carlson Thinks Michael Vick Should Have Been Executed

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Tucker Carlson Thinks Michael Vick Should Have Been Executed
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Yo Mike, pay no attention to Carlton. Oh. I mean Tucker Carlson or whoever he is.

Tucker Carlson, who is a political analyst on Fox News, held a panel discussion regarding President Barack Obama's praise for Philadelphia Eagles owner Jeffery Lurie giving quarterback Michael Vick a second chance.

Carlson eventually said, "Michael Vick killed dogs, and he did (it) in a heartless and cruel way.''

Carlson then said, a "I think, personally, he should have been executed for that.''

Oh boy.

I'm not going to get political and go on and on about this mutt, but you really need to consider the source before you get too bent out of shape about his opinions.

This is the same clown who supported the French government bombing a Greenpeace flagship named the Rainbow Warrior in New Zealand to prevent it from interfering in a nuclear test.

The resulting bombing sunk the ship and killed a Greenpeace photographer on board. Two French agents were arrested and ultimately served two years in jail.

He's okay with a two-year sentence when a person is killed and a ship is bombed, but when someone kills a dog, the only way reach justice is through death?

Once he realizes how out of line his comments are, he will probably come out with an apology and run away with his tail tucked between his legs.

Now that's creepy.

How do I know he will flip-flop? Because he was a staunch supporter of the Iraq War, then turned a 180 and denounced the War.

As if the execution quote wasn't good enough, Carlson went on to call Vick "some creepy rich overpaid football player."

Actually, if you want a definition of creepy, you might want to take a look at the pictures of Carlson in a bow-tie, which was a staple of his wardrobe for too long.

Do yourself a favor, go to Google and look up images of Tucker Carlson.

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