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Thursday, December 20, 2012

New York Schools to Join in National Moment of Silence for Sandy Hook | Politics on the Hudson

   There's no harm in pausing to recognize the tragedy in Sandy Hook....In fact we did so at this week's City Council meeting and I am sure most Americans of all ages have already taken time to reflect and remember, perhaps during the President's remarks on Sunday or at church or while just thinking about what went down.
    Now state government is organizing the collective moment for tomorrow morning at 9:30. I've already reflected on what happened, so I am excusing myself from the Governor's group exercise.
     However, if you haven't reflected on the matter already, you may want to avail yourself of New York's organized mourning.
New York Schools to Join in National Moment of Silence for Sandy Hook | Politics on the Hudson

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

I guess skoole prayer is okay if the purpose is to get everyone on board for the need for new gun laws.

Anonymous said...

Would I love to hear a moment of silence from the pandering politicians seeking to make hay out of this opportunity.