One senator expressed sympathy for one of the boy's brothers, making a
lengthy point of saying he was a Christian and since the boy is a Christian
then it must make such a difference for him to have the comfort of knowing
"Where He IS!".
Boy: "my brother isn't dead"... Senator: "oh, you mean he isn't dead?"… Boy:
"no, my brother wasn't killed, he was injured"...
My father, in his hospital bed with a tracheotomy, and unable to speak, was
shaking with laughter. He wrote me a note that said "yeah, sure I know where
he is, he's at home". They asked completely inane things like, "don't you
think having the ten commandments on the wall would make a difference?" The
boy from Columbine kept answering "it's about acceptance". They completely
ignored that answer. It didn't fit their plans (there must not have been a
high-dollar "acceptance" PAC waiting out in the lobby). The young man
finally stopped answering altogether. It was pathetic, really pathetic.