GOP Rep. Walter Jones, Who Spent Years Seeking Redemption For Iraq Vote, Dies At 76
Monday, 11 February 2019 (
6 days ago)
Jones helped add "freedom fries" to the Congressional cafeteria menu. Since then, he came to deeply regret his vote for the war in Iraq, and wrote thousands of letters to families of fallen soldiers.
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