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October 27, 2008
7/26/2012 04:00 PM
Great analogy, and so true. Credit unions, like others have lost their focus on members and turned to Capital (as noted in the other article) and Asset Size (Golden Calf #2). It seems many have gone off and chased “foreign gods” that promised wealth, happiness, and eternal bliss only to see the house of cards come tumbling down.
It’s time we all got the “religion” of credit unions again.
I’m not offended by the Biblical references… keep it up.
Good article, but "House aren't mere investments?" Maybe it’s time to invest in some better editors.
You may also wish to revise to only have "it's" written with an apostrophe when it is a contraction of "it is" - otherwise, in its pronoun form, it's written "its" (no apostrophe). Again, editors?
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