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Published: Thursday, June 13 2013 4:35 p.m. MDT

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Mountanman
Hayden, ID

I imagine Obamacare will be the only exception to this study! It will be clean, pure and without corruption.

southmtnman
Provo, UT

Yes, we see this in Churches all the time!

Mountanman
Hayden, ID

@ southmtnman. I wish I could opt out of Obamacare like I could any church if I didn't like it, don't you?

southmtnman
Provo, UT

Mountainman,

Yes, I do!

But I continue to have to bear the burden of Church's ownership of properties, businesses, and lots of money TAX FREE!

But then again, when money is involved, ethics and morality go out the window... even (especially) with Churches.

bronco
SPRINGVILLE, UT

Article states "But she also said there's a broader application in that good, ethical people still commit unethical acts"

So in other words no one is perfect. wow! what a concept. I wonder how much money they got to do this study? Harvard by the way has the biggest endowment of this awful money. 32 billion followed by Yale that has 19 billion etc. Does this mean these schools are corrupt or contemplating unethical thoughts?

Yes money can corrupt but it also can do good things. No one is perfect. I wish I could get some of that research money.

Mountanman
Hayden, ID

Southmtnman. How do you feel about the 47% of Americans who pay no federal income taxes? Are they unethical and immoral too?

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