"We produced that shortly after the attack on the World Trade Center. I remember saying those words. I remember saying the number of people that worked at the World Trade Center and not having any idea, any idea how many were dead. I remember thinking, who am I to have a voice at this time? This isn't a time to pass out beers to one another and wave flags and act like college students. This is a time to humbly thank God, to pray for the families that were affected firsthand and are still affected, whether they were victims of Osama Bin Laden, whether they were Christian, Jews, Muslim, or whether they were military. Thank God he's dead."