Houston County's NAACP says they've had enough of Warner Robins councilman John Williams.
The local chapter's president sent a letter to Williams Tuesday, asking him to resign, citing two racial remarks.
The letter also calls upon other city officials to turn away from "their wicked ways of name calling and disrespecting each other."
On Monday night, when council member Daron Lee complained that he was tired of being disrespected by other members and said, "I'm not working in a cotton field," Williams responded, "You should be."
And last spring, he allegedy told Lee's brother, Warner Robins Redevelopment Agency Director Gary Lee, that "I don't want your skin to touch me." Gary Lee made that claim in a letter to city officials.
Williams is white. The Lees are black.
After those comments, the NAACP's Larry Holmes wrote that Williams has "no business serving on the council."