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  1. [not sure whether my original Comment got posted–had to reset password]

    I am not a Catholic but we do believe in the same God. I am praying that the Catholic Church will endorse “real justice” as justice for human beings.

    The ethic of real justice is mutual respect in effecting choices. A requirement of mutual respect follows from a belief in the moral equality of human beings, but even better it follows from observation within material existence, involving no beliefs. That makes it strictly rational and therefore ‘of God’–the product of the rational capacity God gave us to negotiate His material Creation in which He situated us.

    Nations governed by real justice would maximize liberty as a practical matter, reinforce political democracy, and transform the outcomes for society of the existing economy–without taking anything from anybody. It even applies to relations among nations.

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  2. Your rejection of Ms. Barrett is a pure political decision. Her record is one of fairness and judging based on equality. Your criticism of Capitalism is totally unjust. It’s theory is based upon freedom not equality of outcomes. This “capitalistic” country shares its wealth freely as no current nation does. Our country allows over 1 million immigrants every year–the most of any other country. Your lack of endorsement means that you are in the pocket of the Democrats. Ms. Barrett shares the “supposed” position of the Church of sanctity of life which is not a part of your nine principles. Truley telling that you are not a trus Catholic institution.

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