Yes, I know.
The point I was trying to get at is, so what?
Everyone knows the government lies. Were you born yesterday?
And, no, of course, I don't think it's a good thing the government lies.
But, having gotten past the childish, self-righteous business of being indignant about something _everybody_ knows about, what's the point of persuing this issue?
It seems to me there are only two imaginable:
1) It is a pointless attempt to punish people who did their best and were simply confronted with a monstrous situation. Did everyone handle it "perfectly?" Obviously not. Will punishing anyone accomplish anything? Obviously not, too.
2) There is intriguing evidence that the two kids may have been part of a much larger picture. There are conspiracy types who believe that government agencies more or less routinely "recruit" young children into freakish programs that involve grotesque mind control activity and later "sacrifice" those children (and others) to further social and political agendas of the Establishment. If people believe Columbine was an incident related to such programs, it would be worth pursuing to try and drag these unbelievable and simply inhuman programs into the light and get them disbanded completely.
That's what I was asking about. Are people pursing Columbine investigations out of emotional pique, or do they actually hope to accomplish something? (To my eyes, it looks like people just feel a kind of general outrage and have no specific purpose in mind, other than raging against the terrible events at Columbine. I suppose, in a way, that's understandable. But it's pointless and somebody should put a gentle hand on such shoulders and tell the people to go away and deal with their grief in private...)
Justice---the purpose is Justice.
There is nothing childish, self-righteous or indignant about pursuing and achieving justice.
And is a completely righteous cause as it is our God given right and duty as Americans to always do so.
If we want to live in a Free Constitutional Republic than we must have equal justice under the law---even for the government officials, politicains and bureacrats.
My wife and I pulled our children OUT of the government re-education camps four years ago in favor of home schooling.
At that time, the principal of my son's middle school told me "I cannot guarantee the safety of your son while he is on school grounds."
That same day, the campus police officer told me "my daughter is in a private Christian school, I don't want her down here with the things I see every day!"
My son is very safe at home each day. He competes with me in local IDPA and club pistol matches and is well trained to defend himself and my daughter at any time.