CU Times readers got political this past week. Here's what they had to say.

Politics and Star-Crossed Lovers

The biggest flaw in the political logic that Ms. Fearing presented was that any agreement in America (or within the credit union community) of what constituted the "social good" existed.

In a nation as highly partisan and ideologically divided as the Gallup organization and other pollsters have validated on many occasions, among the American electorate there exists a myriad of conflicting and mutually exclusive definitions of what constitutes the "social good."

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