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By crossesofhope

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Crosses of Hope offers handmade solid Oak crosses as a  new and exciting fund raising idea for churches and other organizations.  The crosses are highlighted with several stain options as well as added Awareness Ribbons, Worry Stones, Hope Angels, and other great decorations.

By mreynold08

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Ted Kennedy's Speech at Democratic ConventionSen. Ted Kennedy made a surprise appearance at the Democratic National Convention in Denver Monday evening, sending the party faithful into a frenzy. The ailing Kennedy recently underwent surgery and is suffering from brain cancer. "It is so wonderful to be here and nothing was going to keep me away from this special gathering tonight," Kennedy said, his voice strong and clear. Despite his bleak prognosis, he said he had this to say: "I pledge to you that I will be there next January on the floor of the United States Senate." Kennedy spoke out strongly in support of Barack Obama, comparing the presidential hopeful to his brother, slain U.S. president John F. Kennedy. "We are told that Barack Obama believes too much in an America of high principle and high endeavor," he said. "But when John Kennedy thought of going to the moon he didn't say, 'It's too far to get there, we shouldn't even try.'" "Today an American flag still marks the surface of the moon." A video tribute was planned for Kennedy but it wasn't clear he would be able to see it in person. He flew to Denver Sunday but doctors were said to be worried about his exposure to crowds because of his frail immune system. Kennedy has been at every convention except two in the last 48 years.

By mreynold08

Views: 4547

Ted Kennedy's Speech at Democratic ConventionSen. Ted Kennedy made a surprise appearance at the Democratic National Convention in Denver Monday evening, sending the party faithful into a frenzy. The ailing Kennedy recently underwent surgery and is suffering from brain cancer. "It is so wonderful to be here and nothing was going to keep me away from this special gathering tonight," Kennedy said, his voice strong and clear. Despite his bleak prognosis, he said he had this to say: "I pledge to you that I will be there next January on the floor of the United States Senate." Kennedy spoke out strongly in support of Barack Obama, comparing the presidential hopeful to his brother, slain U.S. president John F. Kennedy. "We are told that Barack Obama believes too much in an America of high principle and high endeavor," he said. "But when John Kennedy thought of going to the moon he didn't say, 'It's too far to get there, we shouldn't even try.'" "Today an American flag still marks the surface of the moon." A video tribute was planned for Kennedy but it wasn't clear he would be able to see it in person. He flew to Denver Sunday but doctors were said to be worried about his exposure to crowds because of his frail immune system. Kennedy has been at every convention except two in the last 48 years.

By mreynold08

Views: 4547

Ted Kennedy's Speech at Democratic ConventionSen. Ted Kennedy made a surprise appearance at the Democratic National Convention in Denver Monday evening, sending the party faithful into a frenzy. The ailing Kennedy recently underwent surgery and is suffering from brain cancer. "It is so wonderful to be here and nothing was going to keep me away from this special gathering tonight," Kennedy said, his voice strong and clear. Despite his bleak prognosis, he said he had this to say: "I pledge to you that I will be there next January on the floor of the United States Senate." Kennedy spoke out strongly in support of Barack Obama, comparing the presidential hopeful to his brother, slain U.S. president John F. Kennedy. "We are told that Barack Obama believes too much in an America of high principle and high endeavor," he said. "But when John Kennedy thought of going to the moon he didn't say, 'It's too far to get there, we shouldn't even try.'" "Today an American flag still marks the surface of the moon." A video tribute was planned for Kennedy but it wasn't clear he would be able to see it in person. He flew to Denver Sunday but doctors were said to be worried about his exposure to crowds because of his frail immune system. Kennedy has been at every convention except two in the last 48 years.