"Not giving Mrs. Shiavo (sic) food or water was wrong. The reason I had to go on your property was because Jesus would do the same thing."
Joshua added, "I am sorry that you didn't like that and wouldn't allow me to help save her life and one day you will have to tell God why. I won't be able to help you then like I tried to help her."
I don't know if he wrote this by himself or not, but it's exactly right. I wouldn't want to have to tell God why they denied water to a woman they were starving to death. And not believing in God isn't going to help them very much either.
posted on 09/01/2005 10:07:02 AM PDT
It is a magnificent non-apology.
Good kid. His parents are doing an admirable job. Making him write an apology letter reminds me of "self-criticism" in China during the Cultural Revolution. He aint playing along. Good kid!
posted on 09/01/2005 1:14:56 PM PDT
(Check out The Figurehead, by Thomas Larus at lulu.com. Montfort is the protagonist.)
posted on 09/06/2005 9:32:23 AM PDT
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