Beware, good citizens of Virginia - the House of Delegates is trying to get into your pants.
The Virginia House has passed a bill that would make it a $50 fine to wear pants that show your underwear in public. No word yet on how this affects swimsuits, which essentially are underwear. Or the Jefferson Senior Streak. Or if leaving your fly open counts. Either way, should the Senate follow suit, cops will now have an excuse to stare at your booty.
I hear the next bill under consideration is a proposal to change the state motto from "Sic Semper Tyrannis" to "Sic Semper Underwear."
And a word from my father: "Thank goodness, these guardians of the right and holy are able to ignore phony issues like transportation, vehicle taxation, revenue problems and the like and attack the truly important problems."
Here's the Post's Marc Fisher on the issue.
Sweet, sweet Virginia, always keeps an open door...