GONE WITH THE WIND
It's tit for tat.
Georgia Senate Rules Committee members unanimously signed off on a plan to designate April as Confederate heritage month. The bill introduced by Sen. Jeff Mullis is now headed for Senate approval.
A few days before, black lawmakers announced their plan to ask for an apology from the state for its role in slavery and segregation, a move Georgia legislative leaders did not embrace with enthusiasm.
Aren't there already plenty of Confederate museums, cemeteries and memorials to honor those who fought for southern independence in the Civil War? And who would the state be apologizing to ... the descendants of descendants of slaves long gone?
I'm just wondering why there's such a need to continue the fight.