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From the Will Rogers quote, \x34All politics is applesauce.\x34
Uh-oh! Some right-wingers might not like the pope’s latest tweet!
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It says HERE that the pontiff had a particular situation in mind:

Pope Francis on Wednesday condemned as “slave labour” the conditions for hundreds of workers killed in a factory collapse in Bangladesh and urged political leaders to fight unemployment in a sweeping critique of “selfish profit”.

The pope said he had been particularly struck by a headline saying workers at the factory near Dhaka were being paid just 38 euros ($50) a month.

“This is called slave labour!” the pope was quoted by Vatican radio as saying in his homily at a private mass in his residence to mark ...

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