Wednesday, December 29, 2010
While filling in for Sean Hannity last night, Tucker Carlson decided it was a good idea to express his feelings that Michael Vick should've been EXECUTED for killing dogs. He does so in a tone of complete sincerity. I might've been worried if he didn't precede that statement with "I'm a Christian and I believe fervently in second chances..."
The whole thing was brought up during a discussion of Obama's phone call to Jeffrey Lurie to thank him for giving Michael Vick a second chance. They also left out the fact that the real reason for the phone call was to discuss the Eagles plans to power Lincoln Financial Field with alternative energy and give praise for being the first major professional sports team to put the plan in motion.
Video clip of Carlson sounding stupid after the jump.
For the record, I'm not a political guy. I not informed enough (or care enough) to break this into any type of political discussion, or discuss any of the real motives behind some of the "points" made here. It's entirely possible Carlson was speaking in hyperbole (although I don’t necessarily think he was). But even if he was, he's a dope for taking it to the extreme that he did. He should know better this would be posted as fact on every media outlet.
Me personally? I'm a simple man. One who's a big fan of common sense. There's none of it present in this clip. So way to go Tucker, at least we know you're all for second chances.
Unless dogs are hurt, of course. Then we have to cut these bitch's heads off!