Thanks to the internet detective work of Paul Sen, I believe we’re graced with the single dopiest commentary to date regarding the sad story of Michael Vick. Beware Tennessee State Representative Stacey Campfield — some moron is pretending to be you.

Does anyone besides me see the hypocrisy of some on the left who go nuts about Michael Vick and the whole dog fighting thing and yet are the same people who don’t care about the loss of human life caused by illegal aliens or are the same people who fight for the right to kill unborn babies?

I hear the battle cry of: “It is my body, it is my property, I can do with it what I want”

From the pro aborts, but the opposite cry from the same person against a person who’s property is a dog. Do they respect the life of a dog more then they respect the life of a human?

I started to think. How many dogs have been killed in dog fights versus how many babies have been killed in abortion clinics or by illegal immigrants. I bet dog deaths pale by comparison. But what do we see on TV every day on about every news channel?

Dog fighting is cruel and inhumane. But if Vick could have figured out a way to pit two unborn babies against each other in a fight to the death, maybe we’d outlaw killing children as quickly as we rushed to enhance penalties for crimes involving our pets.

If the above piece of hysteria was indeed penned by Rep. Campfield, I’m pretty sure the programming department at Spike TV would like to talk to him about this Fetus Death Match idea.