Apparently it's a genetic defect as opposed to a bump on the head:
As the governor’s brother, I know that from an early age, our parents instilled a belief that we should make a positive difference in this world. While Nichol casts untruths to the contrary (“McCrory’s stands strain his ties,” Oct. 15 Point of View), Gov. Pat McCrory cares less about being governor and more about coming up with solutions to problems associated with the efficiency of government, our economy and improving the effectiveness of education in North Carolina – most of which he inherited. Sounds like a vision to me.
Setting aside for the moment the missing explanation of how a vision could make a sound, those "cares" your brother supposedly has would not have been "inherited", they would be the product of conditioning. The only thing he inherited from your parents (aside from possible estate holdings) would be genetic in nature, such as the inability to put two sentences together that don't immediately erupt into a brawl over what the subject should be. In other words, cognition. The ability to reason. I can see we're going to have to start with the basics: take these pictures home with you, and work on connecting things that go together, like the farmer and the straw hat. Very good.