A Delta Air Lines jet sits at a gate at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport in Atlanta. (David Goldman/AP)

I completely disagreed with Megan McArdle’s March 4 op-ed, “When companies go political.” I see Delta Air Lines dropping its National Rifle Association discount as a nonpolitical correction to a previous decision that was fundamentally political. The NRA is an organization that has pumped millions of dollars into our elections, giving it an unreasonable degree of political power. 

Giving NRA members a discount is the action that should be deemed political.

Katherine Benjamin, Garrett Park