Should We Endorse Someone That Considers A Pedophile-Friendly Archbishop Worthy Of Special Perks And Benefits?
Those of you that know my stance on pedophilia in the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Chicago should not be surprised that I would refrain from doing business with Marino Chrysler Jeep Dodge dealership at 5133 West Irving Park Road, Chicago, Illinois – at least not while John Napoleon is vice president.
Before I begin, I would like to state for the record that my reason for considering a purchase of Chrysler Jeep Dodge was on behalf of someone else. Personally, I do not like Chrysler Jeep Dodge.
On June 11, 2010, I met with John Napoleon, Vice President of Marino Chrysler Jeep Dodge of Chicago, for the purpose of considering a purchase. We had a significant conversation spanning from his past as a high school student at Chicago’s Taft High School to his current position as a car salesperson. The vice-president of an automobile dealership is nothing but a glorified car salesperson in my opinion. In the course of our conversation, Mr. Napoleon claimed responsibility for the arrangement concerning Cardinal Francis George’s last two automobiles. My first question of Mr. Napoleon on the matter was “does Marino Dodge give to charity?” Mr. Napoleon’s answer was “no.” Apparently, Mr. Napoleon’s purported involvement with the Archbishop of Chicago is on a personal level, which frightens me more. As vice president of his corporation, Mr. Napoleon represents his company in a very serious and direct way when he brags about doing business with the leader of the Archdiocese of Chicago.
Whatever the motives behind Mr. Napoleon’s claim regarding the automobiles used by His Eminence, whether pure or calculated, I do not understand how anyone could justify providing a luxury to a person that has unlimited resources and takes part in aiding and abetting pedophiles.
Next time you visit Marino Chrysler Jeep Dodge of Chicago, ask if John Napoleon is still a corporate official, if so, and please consider your purchase very carefully. I think I know what Illinois Supreme Court Justice Anne Burke would decide. Thank you.