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REMARKS: GOP Rep. Walter Jones dies at 76

emoji-ts Updated 12 days ago, Mon Feb 11, 2019
North Carolina Rep Walter Jones Jr. Dies on 76th Birthday
Walter Jones

“For me, it’s a sacred responsibility that I have to communicate my condolences to a family, And it’s very special to me because it goes back to my regretting that I voted to go into the Iraq war.”

“I did not do what I should have done to read and find out whether Bush was telling the truth about Saddam [Hussein] being responsible for 9/11 and having weapons of mass destruction, Because I did not do my job then, I helped kill 4,000 Americans, and I will go to my grave regretting that.”

Walter Jones

“I wasn't going to try to make an issue out of it, but my chief of staff said, 'Just write Bob Ney, he'll just throw it in the trashcan,' Well, it didn't happen.”

Walter Jones, longtime North Carolina congressman, dead at 76
Thom Tillis

“Congressman Walter B. Jones, Jr. was the true embodiment of a public servant, He will be long remembered for his tireless advocacy for Eastern North Carolina, which he loved dearly, and for always following his convictions, no matter the political cost. He always did what he felt was right for his constituents, his district, and his country, and it was no wonder why he was so widely admired and trusted. It was a true honor to serve with Walter Jones.”

Walter Jones, longtime North Carolina congressman, dead at 76
Nancy Pelosi

“The House of Representatives has sustained a great loss, and the hearts of all Members of our Congressional community are broken, Congressman Jones was a gentleman who treated his colleagues on both sides of the aisle with kindness, decency, and compassion. He worked always in a spirit of bipartisanship to build a better future for his constituents and the American people, earning him the deep respect of all those who were fortunate enough to know and work with him. His relentless work on behalf of our men and women in uniform, veterans, military families and caregivers honored our American values and strengthened our country.”

Longtime North Carolina Rep. Walter Jones dies at 76
G.K. Butterfield

“Congressman Jones represented the best in North Carolina politics. He understood that being a leader meant often putting political allegiances aside in order to bring people together around important work, To serve alongside Walter Jones was a great honor. ... I will miss his humility, intellect, and unwavering love of his community.”

Walter Jones, ‘freedom fries’ congressman who became Iraq War critic, dies at 76

“And the boy looked up at him, and the Marine looked down, and then it hit me: This little boy would never know his daddy.”

Walter Jones, who pushed for 'freedom fries' in Congress cafeteria, but later became an Iraq War critic, dies at 76
Norman Ornstein

“What Jones showed is that you can be a very conservative guy, you can be a libertarian, but you can find all kinds of ways to work with members from across the aisle, Being conservative doesn't mean you need to march in lock-step.”

Who Was Walter Jones? North Carolina Congressman Dead At 76
Mark Meadows

“Deeply saddened by the passing of Walter Jones — a beloved colleague and friend who had a profound impact on all through his graciousness, character, and committed Christian faith. God be with and keep his family. We will miss him”

Anthony Bourdain

“I wanted to explore the Paris of locals, You know, show my countrymen why the French don't suck.”

Tina Fey

“In France, American cheese is now referred to as 'idiot cheese,'”

Longtime N.C. Rep. Walter Jones dies on 76th birthday
Robin Hayes

“Jones’ legacy will undoubtedly be the unequivocal advocacy he put forth for the men and women who serve in this country’s armed forced, and not just those who lived in his district, but across the nation”

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