Paul Gentile has done it again. His editorial in the May 17thedition beckons a response from any of us that have “credit unionmovement” flowing through our veins.

I read his comments and said to myself, “I have too much to do,I haven't got time to respond.” I read it again because I wasn'tsure I understood why he was opposed to the use of the termmovement when referring to credit unions, and again didn't want todedicate the time to respond. But dog gone it I couldn't get it outof my mind all weekend so here I am at the keyboard in an effort toenlighten Gentile and anyone else that works in the credit unionindustry (intended).

My response isn't written for the benefit of those thatunderstand why we use the term movement, like the Jim McCormacks ofthe movement, it's for those who haven't looked beyond the dailygrind in their credit union industry.

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