Wednesday, August 20, 2014

The Civil Rights Revolution Marches On! ctd.

What's a White politician to do when the NAACP demands he change his position on something? He caves, that's what. Kent Buinn, the mayor of Ocala, Florida, once supported an ordinance that banned the public display of underpants. But when the NAACP said "Grovel!", Mayor Buinn answered, "How low?" From WKMG of Orlando:
Just over a month after signing the controversial saggy pants ordinance, Ocala Mayor Kent Guinn said Tuesday he no longer supports it and is urging council members to reconsider.
"I think you get into really dangerous territory when you start legislating what type of clothes people wear or how they put together their ensemble," Guinn said.
His stance comes after criticism by the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People. The groups claims to be taking direct action against the city, which can mean a lawsuit, according to Dale Landry, with the NAACP Florida chapter.
"I'm sorry, it's going to be black males that are the subject of this," Landry said.
The saggy pants law bans anyone on city property from wearing his or her pants two inches below the natural waist in a way that exposes their underwear or buttocks. Offenders can be fined up to $500 and spend time in jail.
This is what the Civil Rights Revolution has produced: same-sex "marriage," open borders, and now the God-given right to wear your pants around your knees in public.

What's next?


Logan Smith said...

"What's next?"


Afterthought said...

I actually agree that regulating underpants is half-penny effort not worth contemplating when we need real solutions.

The real solution is the Partition of America along racial and cultural lines into two or more smaller countries.

Regulating underpants is Canute shouting at the tides.