Michael Vick May Be Sincere. His Publicity Campaign Is Fake.

Posted: 30th September 2009 by Anthony Brown in NFL
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Michael Vick made an entirely too clandestine visit to D.C. to preach against the dangers of dog fighting. he gave his message to a group of at risk...churchgoers. The story of Vick's visit appears in today's Washington Post and on www.churchsolutionsmag.com. According to The Post, Vick expressed the false glamour of the thug life and its impact on his family. "Anything can happen when you're fighting dogs at two or three in the morning," he said. "I'm blessed to be before you and still have my life. It's like standing on the corner and dealing drugs. It's a criminal life." It's a message that needs to be heard. The Humane Society thinks Michael Vick is a channel to a population they do not reach. It's piddly-poor publicity when news of Vick's visit reaches us after he's left. Michael Vick ...

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