'Droopy drawers' bill seeks end to overexposure of underwear .
By Christina Bellantoni
THE WASHINGTON TIMES
RICHMOND Virginia lawmakers to the state's youth: Pull up your pants or pay the price.
Delegate Algie T. Howell Jr. doesn't want to see underwear hanging out of the back of your pants, and most lawmakers yesterday agreed with him. The House voted 60-34 for his bill, which would impose a $50 fine on anyone whose boxers, briefs or thongs peek above their pants or skirts.
"It's not an attack on baggy pants," said Mr. Howell, Norfolk Democrat. "To vote for this bill would be a vote for character, to uplift your community and to do something good not only for the state of Virginia, but for this entire country."
Don't we have enough to worry about with a war, Social Security, and a new budget to look at baggy pants? This is like a bill against Tie-dyed shirts, mini-skirts, or pop culture. Oh wait the National Review hates pop culture. via Wonkette NRO's"Pop Culture is Filth" t-shirts.