I've always thought the press should stay out of peoples' private lives. But does it matter what legislators do in private, if they tout "morals" in public?
The local press have had a field day with a group of legislators who decided to swing by a topless bar on an out-of-state vacation (note: no state funds were used on this trip.)
More hilarious was a local columnist who noted that members of this same bunch were the beating-our-chests moralistic crowd, one of whom had even sponsored legislation to allow local governments to restrict "strip acts." (As long as out-of-state governments allowed him access?)
What do you think?
I must note my own unintentional bias here, having been a (clothed) waitress in a topless bar for a stint in college.
Meanwhile, we are MELTING here. Perhaps we need a topless resolution. Wait, women are already legally allowed to go around topless in Oregon.