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April 30, 2008

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Tim, thanks for your great posts on this issue. Very timely and very engaging for people that want to take their faith seriously. It will be interesting to see what this stimulus plan actually does for the economy, and to hear the different stories of what people ended up doing with their 'rebate'. Love the Dave Barry piece.

Tim, thanks for your great posts on this issue. Very timely and very engaging for people that want to take their faith seriously. It will be interesting to see what this stimulus plan actually does for the economy, and to hear the different stories of what people ended up doing with their 'rebate'. Love the Dave Barry piece.

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