Remembering and Honoring The Victims Affected by Yesterday’s Tragedy at The Boston Marathon

American Flag Half MastI would like to take a moment to express my heartfelt sympathy to all those who were affected by yesterday’s horrific and unthinkable act of terrorism on our precious America, land of the free and home of the brave. I don’t think we as a Nation, as individuals, will ever be able to fathom how someone could do such evil to other human beings, like yesterday, and at Sandy Hook Elementary School. I know I’ll never understand how someone could walk into a school where young, innocent children are learning education and having fun, and open fire upon on them. Or plant bombs at the finish line of a marathon. It truly saddens and sickens me that we live amongst such individuals, whether domestic and/or abroad. But despite efforts by said such individuals, we come together and unite as a community, as a Nation, to help others in need, without hesitating for even a second. The acts of bravery and humanity that I have witnessed on television in the wake of this tragedy, and others, makes me ever-so-proud to be American.

Please join me in saying prayers for the three innocent people (and their families and friends) who lost their lives yesterday, 8 year-old Martin Richard, 29 year-old Krystle Campbell, and a female student who went to Boston University. Also, to all those who were injured.

United We Stand!


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