Good people fought against world hatred
During World War II, my dad and my father-in-law both served in the Army Air Corps, a cousin was with the Army in North Africa and an uncle was fighting the Nazi forces in Europe. Two neighbors on my street also served: one as a young sailor in the North Atlantic from 1942 to 1945. The other was captured by the Nazi forces and suffered in a prisoner of war camp (until he heroically escaped). They are all deceased now.
It is out of respect for them that I write this letter. There is no place for neo-Nazi organizations, the KKK or white supremacist hate groups in this nation. Such hate groups stand for the opposite of what our nation is all about; they are an insult to the men and women who served their country and are honored at the World War II Memorial in Washington.
I have always believed that a good leader is one who sets the moral tone at the top; when a person in such a position fails to do so it is up to others to speak out and express their concerns.
John K. Plumb