I really like the fact that public opinions are given. Most of the time they are issues that affect our everyday lives, from the Imperial Irrigation District to unemployment in the Valley to immigration laws.
The fact that Bret believes fat women should wear clothes that fit them, and not ones that "show their guts" is a degree of fact that was probably published in "Nazi Weekly" in World War II.
That's right up there with "Bald columnists shouldn't have their pictures published in articles they write."
Sure, it's fine for some female who weighs 140 pounds. to wear a midriff shirt, but if the girl weighs over 200, that's just sickening to the stomach, isn't it, Bret?
Well, when you start to tell people what they can and can't wear, where do you draw the line? You can't eat at this restaurant because you're black? You can't live somewhere because you're Jewish? Because you're Japanese-American, and Pearl Harbor was just bombed, we're going to put you in concentration camps?