Obama Praises Dog Torturer Michael Vick

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So let’s get this straight.  The leader of the free world and the commander-in-chief of the United States Armed Forces took a break from transforming America to praise the Philadelphia Eagles for offering a “second chance” to an NFL quarterback who electrocuted and tortured dogs in the name of fun and profit.  In other words, Barack Obama praised the Philadelphia Eagles for offering quarterback Michael Vick a second opportunity to toss the pigskin around and win cheers and adulation from Barack Obama.

As one dog lover of my acquaintance remarked upon hearing this latest bit of conscience-less drivel from the leader of the free world and the commander-in-chief of the United States Armed Forces, “Is he doing everything he can to alienate every pocket of the United States population?” Yes he is, my friend, because, you see, this man, out of touch as he is and viewing his own dog as nothing but a photo-op prop, has no idea how devoted we Americans tend to be to the canine species (it’s a safe bet he has never seen “Old Yeller”). And I say, keep up the good work, leader of the free world and commander-in-chief of the United States Armed Forces!

Indeed I hope all the animal-welfare folks who voted for this clown are listening, and I pray they keep their memories sharp.  This is just more evidence of a severely damaged human being.  We already know Vick falls into that category (given what he did – and what he would still be doing had he not been caught), and now Obama proudly proclaims his own place beside a man he essentially proclaims a hero. Let those of us who care about dogs and other small animals make a pact to keep all animals away from Obama and Vick – and that includes you, Obama girls! Keep your Bo away from daddy (easy to do, if you just make sure there are no cameras around whenever Bo is about).

3 Comments

  1. tom harlin
    Posted December 29, 2010 at 4:04 am | Permalink

    Vick tortures dogs and that’s ok with Obama, but mention waterboarding,which has saved American lives and forget it. I still can’t believe he’s our president.


  2. LA
    Posted January 12, 2011 at 3:41 pm | Permalink

    “Bitter Betsy.” What an ugly attitude you project.


  3. Betsy Siino
    Posted January 12, 2011 at 8:10 pm | Permalink

    For decades, I, as a writer, have become far too familiar with the abuse of animals and the abuse of children, and the indelible link between the two. “Ugly” is a public’s embrace of a man who would torture and electrocute dogs, and a U.S. president who would support that man. I still believe that more Americans are offended by that torture and that support than by my “bitter” and, yes, angry opposition to them.