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He has found Jesus because somebody convinced him bringing up Jesus can get him backinto the NFL in the future. He has found Jesus because it has the potential to help him.Jesus can't help Vick. Only person who can help Vick is Vick.
Yep.Â Vick knows he can play on the ignorant heartstrings of the hoplessly religious in this country.Â Like any good sciopath, he knows justwhat to say to manipulte people.
Okay, I'm going to open a can of worms here. (It's fun open Pandora's box every once in a while).Maybe I haven't been in the states long enough - or maybe I'm just racist (Which I don't like to believe). However, why is it that if some big shot African American get's in trouble all he has to do is say "I found Jesus" and all of a sudden the whole African American community rallies around him and make HIM out to be the victim of the evil white man?! At least that's how the media portrays it and it's kind of interesting.Yesterday I happen to listen to ESPN's coverage (which they have online) and the host (I think he is Caucasian) was gushing about how contrite Vick sounded, how all these politicians could learn from his wonderful style etc.. Then one of his cohosts (African American) talks about how Vick comes from the racist south and that Dog Fighting is a southern thing and equates it with a side effect of slavery. All of a sudden it's becoming this racial story.... Michael Jackson all of a sudden finds Allah, becomes Muslim and now it's not his fault anymore for wanting to uhmnn.. get kids pants half off. I mean it just doesn't make sense to me...Maybe I'm just to dumb to figure this out.... Vick killed DOGS because they didn't do what he wanted them to do (Make him money in dog fights) in a brutal way (On the other hand is there ever a non-brutal way?) get's caught, lies about it up to the last possible second. When he finally realizes that the gig is up because everyone else is flipping for the prosecution he suddenly finds Jesus and the black community rallies around him. Is the media portraying this wrong or are people REALLY this gullible? This is NOT intended to be a racist thread. No black vs. white thing... It's just a question that has been bothering me for a while...
Speaking of himself in the third person constantly certainly sends up red flags for me. He's just not right.
I am comforted to know that unlike us God does forgive.
Lieutenant Daniel Taylor: Have you found Jesus yet, Gump? Forrest Gump: I did not know I was supposed to be looking for him, sir.
When he finally realizes that the gig is up because everyone else is flipping for the prosecution he suddenly finds Jesus and the black community rallies around him.
in the black community he's looked at as a hero.