"The way I look at it, it's freedom of speech," said Danny Hafley. "I don't know how other people will take it."
I was disappointed to learn that his neighbors didn't appear to mind having the racist display on their block ... all except one neighbor:
"If he wants to place it someplace else that would be fine," said the neighbor. "We don't have Black people in this community but I'm sure they travel this road like everybody else does. They could be offended. I don't agree with it."When will Americans rise up and let their neighbors, co-workers and online friends know that these types of racially-based displays are simply unacceptable?