by Chris Haire
Thanks to state Rep. Robert Brown of Hollywood, South Carolina just might try on a bill banning saggy pants, according to the P&C. That is if Brown can make up his mind about whether or not he wants to introduce a bill; so far, he hasn't even drafted a bill. So you can consider this article to be less a news item and more of a move on the part of Brown to float an idea and see how it takes.
Now, regardless of how you feel about baggy britches — it's underwear not outerwear v. kids have a right to express themselves v. I agree with Bill O'Reilly, Ludacris is the devil incarnate — the ban is inherently flawed.
If folks are truly upset about saggy pants, the ACLU's Andy Weiner has come up with a way for them to voice their displeasure:
He suggested that those outraged over sagging pants could protest by hiking up their own pants, pulling out a pair of horn-rimmed glasses and donning white socks with dress pants.
Lambda Lambda Lambda would approve. Power to the Poindexters.