Friday, 17 June 2016

A Short Post today.

I feel in no mood to post anything on my blog today other than to say Rest in Peace Jo Cox, MP, loving wife, adored mother and one of the honest, straightforward Members of Parliament genuinely working for the good of everyone regardless of race, colour or creed.

14 comments:

Derek Faulkner said...

One of the few M.P.'s genuinely working for the good of others, both nationally and internationally, and not simply there to feather her post Parliament nest. Why do the good ones always go first. An absolute tragedy.

Heather said...

An appalling tragedy. My thoughts are with her husband and family.

Yorkshire Pudding said...

She walked in the light but her deranged killer lived in darkness.

Terry and Linda said...

An appalling tragedy. Terrible!

Linda

angryparsnip said...

I was so upset to read this.
Tragedy.

gayle

Mac n' Janet said...

Too much hatred, to an extent I blame the media who feed on this and spread it.

Barbara Womack said...

Much sadness this week.

Frances said...

Jo Cox's murder is such a loss. I am hoping that other energetic, caring, wise and talented other young people will wish to enter into public service. Not necessarily into the political arena, but yes, I do hope they will be brave and dedicated and go for it.

Surely the voters will recognize the difference between them and what has been on offer for far too long.

xo

Cro Magnon said...

Now that 'Mental Homes' are no longer seen as being politically correct, or just too expensive, I'm afraid we can expect such maniacs to be walking the streets at all times. When, or if, they pounce can never be predicted.

Coppa's girl said...

Such an appalling thing to happen, she had such enthusiasm, and so much to offer. My heart goes out to her husband and those two small children.

Rachel said...

I was thinking what Cro said.

Linda Metcalf said...

Heartbreaking....our world is going a bit mad. Bless her family.

The Weaver of Grass said...

I particularly like the way Yorkshire Pudding has put it, don't you?
Thanks to everyone. We all stand together on this.

JoAnn ( Scene Through My Eyes) said...

Such sadness!