9/27/19; In Memoriam Joseph C. Wilson IV

From: (name witheld)
Subject: 9/27/19; In Memoriam Joseph C. Wilson IV
Date: September 29, 2019 at 9:10:50 AM MDT

 

Dear Mikey (and the rest of the staff at MRFF),
 
I wanted to take a moment to send my deepest condolences to (all of) you on the loss of Ambassador Wilson.   He was a man of profound decency and honesty from all that I’ve learned about him over the years.  We should all be so gifted. 
 
I was not surprised to learn that he served on your board of directors when I read his name on your website some time ago.  I thought at the time, “of course he’s on it.”
 
Ambassador Wilson, and his wife, were pivotal in exposing the lengths that the Bush administration was willing to go to push their WMD narrative.  His refusal to go along with that narrative inspired me.  Especially at that time.  The administration’s behavior was a betrayal of profound proportions and I was proud of his response as an American. 
 
I hope that Valerie is finding solace in family and friends in this difficult time.  I’m extremely gratified that she is running for Congress, I know she will do an amazing job helping out fellow Americans. 
 
Thank you for all that you and the MRFF do, it’s a vital service to our democracy. 
 
Again, my condolences on your loss.  We have all lost a great man.  
 
Respectfully,
(name withheld)

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3 Comments

  1. WFZ

    While his death is sad for his relatives and friends, what is even sadder is that if such person dies without accepting Christ as his Lord and Savior before passing.

    When he stands before the Chief Judge of all mankind, while his name be found in the Lamb’s Book of Life.

  2. Grey One talks sass

    What is saddest of all is you felt it necessary to judge a person you don’t know WFZ. Doesn’t your holy book have some instructions in judging folks?

  3. G

    WTZ, millions of people have died long before the Christian Christ had shown up and they are still dying even after he had supposedly shown up. What about all the babies who had died at stillbirth, seconds, hours, days, and months after they were born? You going to condemn them for not accepting Christ when they were babies?

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