So we can add the Pope to the list of people who think men get rich in a vacuum, the life of no one else improved during the process.
We can add the Pope to the list of people who think the wealthy put their money in a dark room, and that it is shielded from helping anyone else ever again.
We can add the Pope to the list of people who think that if one man has wealth, there must be people who are broke so he can remain wealthy.
Yep he believes Marxism is wrong, then spouts it’s leading tenets.
Shame on the Pope. He should know better than this.
The Pope spoke to show what he is, a Marxist. It is sad that the church has placed an anti capitalists to it's head. Rush is right and the Catholic Church would have never survived without America's generosity and as we lose our capitalists way of life to his Marxist/communists Brother King Obama the church should suffer.
Just when we thought “Liberation Theology” was dead!
I hope the Pope’s problem (and/or his advisers) is that he, and they, are do not refine the distinction between the essense of Oligarchies ( power effectively rests with a small number of people) the effects of Oligarchies on different political organizations (RC Church, Communism, Nazism, Obamaism Religion, Capitalization). Given the Church’s Oligarchy’s inaction with economics of all types of Political Oligarchies, particularly their own, I can understand their muddling of the definition.