Children die, Mrs. Grant. I don’t have children, so you may think it’s horrible for me to say that, and maybe it is, but it’s also a fact. That of all the millions of Americans who will be watching and listening to the State of the Union address tonight, there are thousands of people out there whose children have died, just like yours. But unlike you, they didn’t get to spend three months flipping through trash and eating potato chips. They got three days to grieve, three weeks if they were lucky, or they would lose their jobs. And make no mistake, Mrs. Grant, you have a job. You’re the First Lady of the United States, and it might not pay, but it is a job.