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June 18, 2004

Your burden is great

Dear George:

I'm quite sure this site wasn’t designed for this kind of letter, but I wanted to express my gratitude for your kind and encouraging words in the pit after September 11th. I had the honor of working there while you were speaking and found your words to be inspirational. Being a firefighter wasn't easy that day and while that has not been disputed - I can imagine that being the President wasn't easy either.

I pray that during these times of strife you will do what you think is best in the interests of the country, I know your burden is great.

Joseph
Queens, NY
age: 36

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2 Comments:

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  • At 7:54 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    here here. Much agreed :)

     
  • At 3:13 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    I respect yor job and what you did for the people of NY on September 11, 2001, but let's be realistic here....how can you say that George W. was so wonderful at the time? 9/11 never would have happened if he was not in office...he perpetuated the problem and instigated the attacks, and hopefully some day we'll know the complete truth and his twisted reasoning for allowing it to happen. He has caused more pain and suffering than good in this country and others. I am deeply saddened by ANY loss of life (American and non-American) due to his eroneous and selfish judgments.

     

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