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Michael defends Marcus... why is this not surprising

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  1. DaBruinz

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    It's his brother, what would you expect him to do?
     
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    I did not!
     
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    What would I expect him to do? Hmm.

    "My brother is his own man and should take responsibility for his actions."

    I know. I know. I am expecting too much, right? Actually, I'm not. Any person with any sort of ethics would stand up against what Marcus did in the Bowl game and say it was a stupid thing to have done and an even stupider thing to have lied about things afterwards.

    Making up some BS excuse makes you look like a tard. Vick is supposedly someone that kids look up to. Great example the scumbag is setting. Great example.
     
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    Somehow I think if this was your brother, you would be taking a much different stance.
     
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    Vick needs to have a long, private chat with his brother about what happened, but I'd expect an honorable man to not speak against his family member in this case.
     

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