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Saturday, May 11, 2013

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Maggie Goff

Right on. Thank you. We are both reverts, and are going through the same metamorphosis. I have never been more at peace in my life.

Mark Wright

The Pope's tweet was not written well - I suspect someone did it for him. Saying that unemployment is "often" the result of profits is wrong. Sure, the Catechism quotes are good, but they don't address the problem that Forbes is suggesting. The tweet was not clear about the role of profit in employment. I think the Forbes response was right and the Pope should have better communications in the future.

Rick

I appreciate your stopping by Mr. Laurson.

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