Editor:

In Judge Parker's decision against the City of Bloomfield, ordering the city to remove the monument with the Ten Commandments, I believe he failed in his decision. The Ten Commandments are displayed for historic purposes, not religious purpose. They are prominently displayed in and on the Supreme Court building and other monuments in Washington D.C. Others have tried to have these removed for the same reasons given for removing the Bloomfield Monument and failed. Judge Parker didn't do his homework as far as I'm concerned. He merely bowed to a minority, rejecting history and the majority. I hope the City of Bloomfield challenges this decision.

 

GARY WILLMART

Navajo Dam