Opinion

February 15, 2013 12:00 AM

Does our comfort zone with fat extend to the Oval Office?

In recent days, the significant girth of two prominent people has been a weighty issue in the news. The controversy that has been stirred up reflects much about Americans’ conflicted thoughts on body image and personal worth.

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