I personally feel that people who serve their time should be allowed back into society. And I also personally feel that regardless of crime, everyone is worthy of forgiveness. HOWEVER, I do not feel that people who have committed such heinous crimes should be able to re-enter a high-paying celebrated career, and I do not think that forgiveness automatically demands forgetting. If the NFL has decided to allow Vick back as a player, it says to me that the NFL condones the type of disgusting behavior that Vick mastermined. As for remorse etc....well, he was unwilling to show any remorse or take any responsibility until he was completely sold out by his co-conspirators, a clear sign to me that his remorse is not genuine. Given that he did what he did as a prime celebrity high-paid NFL star, I can only assume his operation was a true joy to him. And I will not continue to support a league that continues to support such a person - for me it is that simple. Spending some time in prison can not treat or help the mental illness someone like Vick must have. Perhaps I would feel differntly if he had undergone some radical and ongoing psychiatric treatment, but even then, I do not think he should be able to be a front-and-centre athlete, it is damaging to our children to have him celebrated. If the NFL wants to consider themselves a family league, a community league, they need to recognize that to many many people, dogs are part of the family, and a valued part of our community.