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This week started off so well for me. Although I am physically drained, I am still happy about Egypt. I am sadden at the violence after the peace. I see the violence as nothing more than a last attempt to create disruption by those about to lose power. It is my hope that people worldwide see this violence for what it is. We have a government stomping, beating and killing peaceful protesters. Ignore Glenn Beck's call to fear. Take the time to make a call to your person in congress to demand an immediate end of U.S. aid to the Egyptian government.

Peace does work. I am still overjoyed by last week's start of the peace revolution. I maintain hope that it will not be stopped by those seeking bloodshed.

I shall rant more when I have more brain power to do so.

As always thanks for reading.


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