Here's another story about Marion West and Vy Higginsen—the cousins of different races I blogged about in March. West, a Missouri cattle farmer, explains why the color of a cousin's skin doesn't matter:
"I've butchered a lot of cattle, all different kinds. When you cut the hides off, underneath, they're all the same," said West. [Link]I'm pretty sure he stole that from Martin Luther King's "I Have a Dream" speech.