baggy pants ordinance




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Published on Aug 23, 2007


the alexandria, louisiana city council is made up of seven members of which five are black. these five will and have been the first ones to scream 'racism' when they are caught with their hands in the cookie jar. yet sadly as we've already seen this year with the racist and predatory 'abandoned car' ordinance the black councilmen will be the first ones to introduce and pass ordinances and laws which target their own people and in this case black children and young adults. it's pathetic.

this 'baggy pants' ordinance was introduced by councilman charles frederick smith who must be either a self-hating negro or is too old, too out of step and likely too senile to serve in his capacity, so he should resign his seat in favor of someone who has a brain and compassion for his fellow men, women and children regardless of color or we might add choice of clothing style.

it just so happens that we were over on the drudge report earlier today and noticed that drudge had linked to a story about how the city of atlanta, georgia is considering an ordinance banning 'baggy pants' as well.

thankfully, in this story the ap interviewed ms. debbie seagraves with the american civil liberties union who explains the folly of cities like atlanta and alexandria who seek to introduce blatantly racist legislation: Seagraves said any legislation that creates a dress code would not survive a court challenge. She said the law could not be enforced in a nondiscriminatory way because it targets something that came out of the black youth culture. "This is a racial profiling bill that promotes and establishes a framework for an additional type of racial profiling," Seagraves said.

with all the legal maneuvering going on in alexandria lately between the mayor and the city council wouldnt it be hillfreakinglarious if the american civil liberties union came in and handed both the mayor and the city council their respective asses over this ordinance?

mayor roy would be well advised that should this ordinance pass to veto it. we dont really put much faith in the mayor's resolve in protecting the citizens civil liberties though -- after all he signed the 'abandoned car' ordinance an ordinance so flawed that anyone who's taken high school civics could see was unconstitutional.

likewise, the black citizens of alexandria would be well advised to wake-up and see who the real racists are in alexandria city government.


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