Prayers for the Newtown, CT Families

No politics today as we mourn for the educators, adults and especially for the children taken from us today.

Our hearts go out to all those families affected by the horrible tragedy in Newtown, CT. Now is not the time for politics, but to reflect on the victims and families.

We pray for you. Godspeed to you as you deal with the tragedy inflicted by a sick individual. 

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The Anti-Alinsky December 16, 2012 at 02:39 AM
Tao, don't even try to equate me with the Nazis. In the mean time, to honor Brian's original request, and the fact that Bren pointed I was getting too political, I will post the appropriate comments in the appropriate blog.
Bren December 16, 2012 at 02:41 AM
Well, Anti, Tao didn't try to insult me and you did. That's why I directed my comment to you. Steve also made a crass remark (acronym) above but I expect better from you.
The Anti-Alinsky December 16, 2012 at 02:50 AM
Bren, so it's OK for Tao to jump the track and dishonor Brian's simple request, but when I agree with you it is a personal insult and I'm out of line. Time to look in the mirror.
The Anti-Alinsky December 16, 2012 at 02:53 AM
Maybe I better explain it and be done with it. Bren, you are one of the most liberal bloggers on the Patch. You blame Governor Walker, ALEC and the Koch Brothers for everything that isn't perfect. As such, I was very surprised when I found you in agreement on something. If you want to take that as an insult that is your problem...not mine.
Mesha December 16, 2012 at 05:58 AM
We ask for peace and comfort, from all the turmoi, heart break and sorrow.. We ask for Love and quietness unshaken by the happenings of this world. We ask for healing, trusting in Divine Love as we pray for the people and famiies of New Town, Connecticut


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