(openPR) - January 5, 2006 - West Palm Beach, FL - Today, leading 2008 independent presidential hopeful, Daniel Imperato expressed his position on US involvement with Italy and relations with the Vatican.
“I call on the Vatican and Pope Benedict XVI to not only further spirituality, human rights, and Christianity, but also to work closely with Silvio Berlusconi, the Prime Minister of Italy, and analyze the mistakes that I believe are grave pertaining to the wonderful country of Italy,” expressed Imperato.
The Vatican, according to Imperato, could help Italy rid itself of the corruption that currently plagues the nation.
“The country of Italy, being very corrupt, is also a leader of many products in the areas of design, technology, and engineering. Italy needs to work closely with the Vatican to clean up the corruption in the country and to utilize the great manpower of the Italian people to support collaborative investment in specific places around the world where Italy can play a huge role in the area of manufacturing and productivity,” said Imperato.
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