Hatch Dispatch

Senator Orrin Hatch
2013-04-19 15:57:23
April 19, 2013 Dear Friend: This has certainly been an emotional week for our nation, and I have grieved with all of you for those who have been so gravely affected by the heinous acts of terror in Boston, Massachusetts. The attacks on many innocent people in one of our nation’s most historic and beloved cities has saddened and created a myriad of feelings in the souls of Americans from coast to coast. However, I know as we have seen so many times in our history, the people of Boston and the rest of the nation will join together stronger, more resilient, and more devoted to human kind than ever before. We’ve shown time and time again that as a nation, we will stand tall when confronted with evil and instead of shrinking in fear of trouble, we rise to meet it. I commend the many law enforcement personnel, intelligence agents, and city and state workers who have put their lives on the line to keep citizens safe and apprehend the individuals believed responsible. Their courage and dedication to their jobs and to helping others is exemplary and I am so grateful to them for their willingness to sacrifice in the face of tragedy. Elaine and I send our thoughts and prayers to the many innocent people and their family members who have been so mortally affected by this act of terror. I know that for many the road ahead will be difficult, yet we cannot let cowardly acts of some determine the destinies of so many. I sincerely hope and pray that the arms of neighbors, friends, and even strangers will continue to be opened to help those in need to grieve and to heal. America has served as a beacon to the entire world for generation after generation. It has inspired the fight for freedom, and instilled the hunger for liberty. Acts of terror and tragedies perpetuated on our cities and our people will only serve to make us stronger and more devoted to the gift of freedom we are able to enjoy as Americans. Sincerely, Orrin Hatch Home | Contact Orrin | Unsubscribe
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April 19, 2013

 

Dear Friend:

This has certainly been an emotional week for our nation, and I have grieved with all of you for those who have been so gravely affected by the heinous acts of terror in Boston, Massachusetts.  The attacks on many innocent people in one of our nation’s most historic and beloved cities has saddened and created a myriad of feelings in the souls of Americans from coast to coast.  However, I know as we have seen so many times in our history, the people of Boston and the rest of the nation will join together stronger, more resilient, and more devoted to human kind than ever before.  We’ve shown time and time again that as a nation, we will stand tall when confronted with evil and instead of shrinking in fear of trouble, we rise to meet it.

I commend the many law enforcement personnel, intelligence agents, and city and state workers who have put their lives on the line to keep citizens safe and apprehend the individuals believed responsible.   Their courage and dedication to their jobs and to helping others is exemplary and I am so grateful to them for their willingness to sacrifice in the face of tragedy. 

Elaine and I send our thoughts and prayers to the many innocent people and their family members who have been so mortally affected by this act of terror.  I know that for many the road ahead will be difficult, yet we cannot let cowardly acts of some determine the destinies of so many.  I sincerely hope and pray that the arms of neighbors, friends, and even strangers will continue to be opened to help those in need to grieve and to heal. 

America has served as a beacon to the entire world for generation after generation.  It has inspired the fight for freedom, and instilled the hunger for liberty.  Acts of terror and tragedies perpetuated on our cities and our people will only serve to make us stronger and more devoted to the gift of freedom we are able to enjoy as Americans.

Sincerely,

Orrin Hatch

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