Which is worse—a corrupt banker or a corrupt priest?
Kathy Mueller: Either way, you’re gonna take it in the ass.
John Paul Brophy: A corrupt banker only gets your money.
Kolbie Stonehocker: When someone tries to justify their crimes through the “word” of God instead of taking responsibility for that they’ve done is a sign that something is terribly, terribly wrong.
Austen Diamond: If this is a post-Halloween reference, I’d take a “sexy” corrupt banker over a “sexy” corrupt priest. Mainly because I prefer top-shelf martinis to cheap red wine.
Margaux Lodge: I think a corrupt priest is worse than a corrupt banker. I always have my guard up when it comes to money and, statistically, I would expect a banker to be more corrupt than a priest. Sadly, I think people are in a much more vulnerable state and far more easily taken advantage of when it comes to religion, so a priest can do a lot more damage.
Joseph Childs: A corrupt priest is worse because many religions and people hold to the power of a higher being and can use that to further their own cause, whereas a banker deals in more tangible things that many religious people view as temporary anyway.
Scott Renshaw: Since banking appears to be our state-supported national religion, it would seem that the distinction is meaningless.
Susan Kruithof: Being the good atheist that I am, I believe no one can corrupt my soul. I have no soul. Thus it is much worse to be a corrupt banker. I do have money—not much, but what little I have, I’d like to hold onto.
The Afro-ed Andy Frasco didn't become acquainted with his instrument of choice, the piano, until he was 17, but as soon as he set his fingers to the keys, the world recognized that the two were simply meant for each other.