LETTERS

The Nation of equality

Colonel George Day, JAG

The nation of equality, that does not discriminate has died again. The U.S. Supreme Court that once said a black person was a property, not a person, that said the black person could not go to a white person school, allowing massive discrimination, that reversed itself shortly after World War II, striking down laws that prevented the black person from voting.

The now Supreme Court has allowed states to prevent their vote, and allowing schools to become segregated again. Abe Lincoln’s idea has been reaffirmed. In 1862, he said the White American Society would never accept the black as an equal. He was correct then and correct now.

Respectfully,

Colonel George Day

JAG

(retired)