Redskins running back Clinton Portis disapproves over the hubbub surrounding Michael Vick's
obvious alleged involvement in dog-fighting. DC Sports Bog takes a look at Portis's exchange with WAVY reporter Mary Kay Mallonee:
Portis: I don't know if he was fighting dogs or not, but it's his property and it's his dog. If that's what he wants to do, do it… You know, what people do behind closed doors…
Mallonee: "But that's a felony. It's a crime."
Portis: "It can't be too bad of a crime…."
Spoken like a true
graduate of person who went to the University of Miami. "Felony? C'mon! No one got killed, did they?"
Unfortunately, the "behind closed doors" defense doesn't fly with police. Trust me on this one. I was all, "They're still alive, aren't they?" But noooooo, using the homeless for science experiments is "wrong" and "illegal." Yet they're allowed to wallow in their own filth on the street and ask us for change. Someone explain to me how that's fair.