I would ask Leonard Pitts, in response to his Feb. 26 column, Maybe it’s time to just say, Enough, to imagine himself the owner of a bakery. A patron requests that he prepare a cake in the shape of the Confederate flag for a conference whose attendees wish to extol the virtues of the antebellum South.
Would he think it a good idea that the government mandate that he accede to this request or be held legally liable? I wish to live in a country where people can make decisions based on their consciences and not have to worry about breaking the law by doing so.
Scott Schertzer, Miami Beach