Michael Vick Eagles Jerseys Now on Sale

By Caomhin

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In related news, Ed Rendell, who refuses to let go of his dream to raise taxes on millions of hard working Pennsylvanians…again….took time out of his busy cheesesteak eating, tax scheming schedule to comment on the Vick signing.  For those who are lucky enough not to have to deal with him, he likes to spend more time talking about the Eagles and Phillies rather than, you know, doing his job.  In the middle of a budget crisis he wants to play color commentator.  Fondly recall, if you will, this story:

On the day his car was traveling at an average trip speed of 99 mph on a stretch of the Pennsylvania Turnpike in western Pennsylvania, Gov. Ed Rendell was in Philadelphia all day doing television interviews and sportscasting, the governor’s office said.

Rendell spokesman Chuck Ardo was at a loss this morning to explain the reason why a state trooper drove the governor’s car at such fast speeds last October, and said they were looking into it.

That’s pretty much Rendell in a nut shell.  In other news, at least he has hired a new press secretary with strong connections to Vincent Fumo to join others already working for Rendell who also worked for Fumo.  This was announced a whole 2 days after Federal authorities plan to appeal the light sentence Fumo received for his vast, blatant corruption. Rendell had also written a letter on behalf of Fumo seeking leniency before his sentencing.

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1 Response to “Michael Vick Eagles Jerseys Now on Sale”


  1. 1 Mark Vonstenberg August 15, 2009 at 6:23 pm

    He’s done his time. To the writer, should we condemn you for life for the MANY mistakes you’ve made (including this article)? If you’re even reading this, you’ve probably made tons. As a respectful person devoid of the hate so many others are consumed with, I think he deserves another chance at being a constructive member of society. Even as a dog owner, I AM going to purchase his jersey, just to show how strongly I believe in moving on from the past, and forgiveness.


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