Thursday, May 1, 2008

National Day of Prayer

Today is the National Day of Prayer. Granite Grok has a nice summary of the day, and it's historic roots, going back to the Founding Fathers.

I was pleased to join the Prayer Breakfast organized by Cornerstone Policy Research this morning in Concord. I've always been very private about my faith, and don't talk a lot about it. I am continually grateful to live in a country where everyone has the freedom to prayer how and when they choose.

Thank you to all of the great people I met this morning. And a blessed day to all.

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