A suit you say Mr. Calano?A suit is required to address the city council members in a public forum? Nixon wore a suit, the Pope wears a long dress (cassock), Mr. Salazar Interior Secretary of the USA is often seen on public TV addressing the nation in a cowboy hat, cowboy shirt, and jeans the suit of the working American. Perhaps Mr. Calano should send him a letter of disapproval on his attire not a suit Salazar. Even though I would not address the city council in the attire Mr. Bigham wore, it is obvious Seth Bigham was trying to make a political statement with his attire in a correct political forum.
Nipples! Make them all illegal! I’ve seen men’s breasts and beringed nipples that would fit in a C cup. What about the elderly jogger that frequents the pedestrian path past The Justice Center in his thong? Should this be illegal? Does the Council propose breast-feeding mothers be licensed to feed their infants in public? If there is a wardrobe malfunction at a volley ball game – does this constitute a violation of the new proposed ordinance? Everyone has nipples. Move on. It is one of those things that cannot be changed. Criminalizing a woman’s nipples and not a man’s is against the equal rights amendment as well.
Mr. Calano, brain injury or any form of mental illness is not a weapon to be used against those who must deal with it. Brain injury through accidents, strokes, mental illness, bi-polar disorder, Alzheimer’s disease, schizphrenia, etc. are all serious, difficult, and often painful issues for those and their loved ones who must battle daily with the challenges. These are all serious problems and should never be used to demean a political opponent.