To the editor:
Mr. Bellingham of Edmonds Bakery apologized profusely for putting a message on a cookie that made a political statement and was interpreted as anti-immigrant. Then when the cookies turned out to be popular and profitable, he un-apologized.
Mr. Bellingham has a First Amendment right to put political messages, even hurtful or divisive ones, on his cookies. My question is this: How many cookies will opponents of the wall need to buy to get him to re-apologize?