Excerpt:Â The father of one of the victims in the 1999 Columbine school shooting in Colorado has triggered a battle of words with his choice of inscription for the newly completed memorial for the 13 students killed in that murderous rampage. Brian Rohrbough, who now serves as president of Colorado Right to Life, submitted an inscription for the memorial in a park close to the school that blames the violence in today's culture on the choice society makes to remove God from the equation.
The inscription, in honor of his son, Dan Rohrbough, one of students killed on that April 20 by suicide attackers Dylan Klebold and Eric Harris, says:
Dad, I have a question. Why?My son in a Nation that legalized the killing of innocent children in the womb; in a County where authorities would lie and cover up what they knew and what they did; in a Godless school system your life was taken ... Dan I'm sorry.
I love you dad I'll see you tomorrow.
7:00 p.m., April 19, 1999.
There is no peace, says the Lord, for the wicked.