Sagging Pants Turn Georgia Towns Into Fashion Police

Fashion fads have come and gone, causing dismay in each generation of parents. In the past, students had the hem of skirts measured from their knee, later students were sent home for short-shorts or inappropriate t-shirt slogans, yet none were ever considered “criminals.”

In the last few years, cities around the country have been dealing with the perceived “epidemic” of teens and young adults that wear their pants below the hips, low enough to show their underwear.

The trend has its roots in the prison system, but has spread into the so-called “hip-hop” culture and, as usual, impressionable kids have picked up on what their favorite artists are doing and are imitating it. Unfortunately, the reaction to this perceived problem is elected officials turning themselves into the fashion police by criminalizing dress.

The City of Hampton, a small town in South Metro Atlanta, recently received attention after passing a ban on “sagging pants.” The reason is behind their action, according the Henry Daily Herald, is the number of complaints coming from citizens. Hampton Police Chief Rad Porter says, “I felt we needed to do something about this conduct.”

Now someone caught wearing their pants more than three inches below the hips can be cited for “disorderly conduct” and could end up paying a fine ranging from $50 to $200.

The City of Jonesboro, not far from Hampton, is considering a similar ban on sagging pants even though Mayor Luther Maddox admits that “[i]t really hasn’t gotten out of hand yet.”

This may be a rude and undesirable trend, but looking like a fool in public is not illegal. Moreover, we have become a society so easily offended by some of the silliest things that we believe that governments should ban certain behavior even though it does not infringe upon our rights.

Whether the residents of these towns and their elected officials like it or not, the freedom of expression – which can come in many variations, including how someone dresses – is a protected form of speech under the First Amendment.

There are no doubt other more serious issues and problems in Hampton and Jonesboro that are in need of attention from their elected officials than how teenagers wear their pants.

by Bob Barr — The Barr Code

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August 5th, 2011
7:02 am

I remember some of the horrid things I wore when I was young. I actually had a mini skirt (1969) that was eighteen inches long. I thought I was hot stuff (gag a maggot). I eventually found classic role models and learned to dress appropriately. One hopes these young men will also find their way. Markey Mark (of underwear fame) is now Mark Wahlberg, a very respected actor and producer. However, somewhere inside of me Cher lives! It is a free country, no one should have the right to
tell you what to wear.What is up with this proclivity to pass a law for every thing that might bug a
particular group? It’s insane.


August 5th, 2011
7:52 am

If people out there are being beaten, raped, robbed and murdered, the police can do something about it. Or, they can go after people who aren’t dressed properly. Taking the easy way out usually wins every time.


August 5th, 2011
8:45 am

I believe you meant to say ‘wear’ not ‘where’ in the last sentence. Also, did you mean that this ban DOES infringe on our rights.

Just wanted some clearity.


August 5th, 2011
9:10 am

he meant to say “where teens wear their pants” in a reference to the area of the body the pants do or dont cover.

Pants on the Ground.

Dr. Pangloss

August 5th, 2011
9:14 am

Deborah, you probably were hot stuff in that miniskirt. It would be a shame if the young ‘uns ever quit thinking of outrageous ways to dress and wear their hair.

Mr. Neutral

August 5th, 2011
9:44 am

I understand that people should have a certain freedom to what they say or where or do. However wearing your clothes in such a way is also indecent exposure. No one wants to see someones nasty underwear while they’re eating in a restaurant or walking through a park. They are called UNDERwear for a reason.


August 5th, 2011
9:56 am

I reckon Barr hasn’t been doing a lilttle high dining in a Waffle House and have someone come in and sit close by with his pants half off. It’s hard to explain that to my little girls.

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August 5th, 2011
10:01 am

You are all missing the real issue here. I encourage you to get on your knees and look as if you are a young child. Young children have these uncovered rear ends right in their faces all day long. I see young men sagging their pants so low that not only are there butts uncovered but the fronts too. This is an indecent act, willfully exposing yourself by lowering your pants can be considered child molestation. Georgia law provides that a person commits the offense of child molestation when he or she does any immoral or indecent act to or in the presence of or with any child under the age of 16 years with the intent to arouse or satisfy the sexual desires of either the child or the person. Now I know most young men are not intending to be indecent but there are a lot of individuals that are using this trend as an excuse and to cover up to what they are intending. Working in the security field I have personally seen this in action. I see on public transportation children standing two to three inches from an unknown male with his junk right in their face. Children are the ones that need protection from any form of indecent activity, yet there are not even being thought of in this debate.


August 5th, 2011
10:02 am

“looking like a fool in public is not illegal.” Right you are Mr. Barr! Hey that rhymes! Does this qualify as Hip-Hop? j/k :)

Whats funny is the convergence that happens from time to time when real thugs intersect with people “playin the role”. That usually cures the wannabe’s, of which there are considerably more of……..

Kinda like a motorcycle rider wearing a 1% patch without the credibility/authorization to do so…….. Its gonna be painful in either scenario for the imposter.

Just a suggestion to those that desire a specific reputation……. Go earn it vs. acting as if………. If ya got the stones for that sorta thing(Tongue firmly in cheek with this suggestion btw)……. This way our boys in blue can lock you up for something real rather than these idiot ordinances.


August 5th, 2011
10:07 am

So are the girls wearing mini skirts offensive? I personally hate the low jeans but they will grow out of it.


August 5th, 2011
10:17 am

I’m just curious…has BB ever responded to a comment on this blog? I can’t recall any, which makes me wonder if his submissions even deserve to be called a blog as most I’m familar with are an exchange of opinions rather than ‘talk amongst yourselves’.


August 5th, 2011
10:19 am

That sagging trousers law is a thinly-veiled excuse to lock up black males (potential Dem voters).


August 5th, 2011
10:23 am

In the areas I work, men in their thirties are still saggng. I don’t find any of it personally offensive. I’m not 3 feet tall. But when you see children being put into situations where people have their private areas placed in their faces that bothers me. I guess I am more aware of it because I deal with the after math of child abuse in low income communities. And to know sex offenders are walking around sagging under the claim of fashion is offensive. I am not trying to attack anyone just giving some food for thought about what is seen by the children. Someone needs to speak for the little people.


August 5th, 2011
10:34 am

I don’t care to see anyone’s fruit of the loom, or their tighties. It is still a fashion statement, a HORRIBLE fashion statement, yet it is one. However, it is no different than seeing someone with plumber’s butt (men and women). I’ve had the misfortune of eating out, looking up and looking straight into the crack of someone’s society. Still there are other items people wear that are offensive to some. Such as half tops and you look to be pregnant, or the fact that you have on a tigh dress or short shorts and you can see the cottage cheese (cellulite) in your legs and rump, or the fact that you have on a tube top and you wear a tripple D and they are barely covered or you wear same said top and your back needs a bra. Or the fad where female celebrities started wearing tight dresses and t-shirts during their pregnancies and next thing you know – that is all you see some women wearing. In other words, we have all been guilty of wearing unflattering items that some may find offensive. If these men (which is even more ridiculous) and the young men want to present themselves as if they need a diaper. If the women want to continue to think just because they made it in my size means I can wear it – then to each his own. We have all at one point or another been in violation of invading someone else’s eye space.

David B.

August 5th, 2011
10:55 am

Seeing cracks in public is indecent exposure. No special pants laws needed, just ticket them for that.


August 5th, 2011
11:06 am

What about plumbers?


August 5th, 2011
11:22 am

We are not offended by anything. If we were then sagging pants would not be an issue. Kill a dog, cat, or call the warden a horse, and it is jail time; leave a child in a hot car asleep to die and it’s probation. We are much more easily offended when it comes to speach and hypersensitivity or our warped opinions than any real moral posisiton. Say anything about the political left, right, homosexuality, discipline in schools or why little johnny needs to be kicked out of school and the outcry is overwhelming. I agree we need less laws and not more. Repeal the laws against corporal punishment and I bet little johnny will not expose that part of his anatomy long. But, no, it is better to let him slide than correct inappropriate behavior. A long time ago we forgot the difference between right and wrong and Bob you are wrong, it is the little foxes that ruin the vinyard.


August 5th, 2011
11:42 am

While I agree that there are more important things to worry about and passing laws against dress is ridiculous… the super-low “pants” drives me absolutely batsh*t. I frequently see people walking around with the entirety of their buttocks exposed. Seeing other people’s underwear does indeed offend me to a degree. *shrug* Maybe I’m becoming an old lady early. :P


August 5th, 2011
11:50 am

Mr. Barr – you missed the bar this time. Spend one day in a Metro middle school. This “fashion” is not only offensive and disgusting, but it is totally disruptive to the learning environment. It is a distraction in our community and speaks volumes about the kind of people who sport that so-called fashion. You should be more supportive to the REAL tax paying and law abiding citizens. Those who dress in that manner generally are not voters nor are they tax payers – they live off the tax payers!

jo yo

August 5th, 2011
12:00 pm

I don’t like tatoos or piecings so can we pass a law against those too? Let’s outlaw combovers and tight pants on overwieght people while we are at it.


August 5th, 2011
12:22 pm

I see a lot of morbidly obeese people in this town that can’t pull their pants up over their fat butts. I would like to see them issued tickets as well. In fact, the police forces staking out the local Golden Corral could help curb this obnoxious behavior.

Ray Pugh

August 5th, 2011
12:24 pm

Allen @ 11:50,

He’s not talking about in schools you buffoon. Apparently you should have paid more attention in the one you went to. Also, just because someone doesn’t vote means they shouldn’t have Constitutional rights?

Father Murphy

August 5th, 2011
12:26 pm

I dont always wear pants.


August 5th, 2011
12:30 pm

It’s ironic that teens and young adults would adopt a fad started in prison, of all places. It seems that if you are wearing your pants down to your knees in prison, it would be easy to get raped. There were many fads in apparel in the past that went away, but this fad is even progressing into 10 & 12 year olds. Our schools have dress codes and uniforms. They also have teachers and administrators standing at the school doors and the buses checking children as they exit the bus, enter the school building, and all day long in the halls. They are sent to the principal’s office if they are not in compliance and their parents are called to pick them up. This results in the children missing a school day and the parents missing a day of work. It is not cute to wear your pants low, but I’m afraid other than at school, there is nothing that can be done about it.


August 5th, 2011
12:44 pm

The solution is simple, at least for the children. Instead of making it a crime this should be a launching board for a school uniform issue.


August 5th, 2011
12:52 pm

Well,one good thing about those folks wearing their pants like that is they can’t steal much.
It’s hard to steal much when you have to run and hold up your pants at the same time.


August 5th, 2011
1:18 pm

When will this prison trend end?
It looks awful and I am sick of it.


August 5th, 2011
1:34 pm

I always wonder who they are, so if it offends (they) tell them not look. I admit it’s stupid but you are allowed to be stupid as long as you don’t harm someone else!

Ivan Cohen

August 5th, 2011
1:45 pm

The prison trend will end when someone comes up with tailor made prison attire. Inmates must have been hanging themselves with their belts so they were taken away. Ditto with the shoelaces. Now if the small towns want to discourage this fashion fad, they could encourage their pastors, police chiefs and bank presidents to wear their pants below the hips. Young folks will pick up another fashion trend real fast.

Rafe Hollister

August 5th, 2011
1:47 pm

I did crazy things that I thought was cool and offended older people, but was never so crazy to do twice things that hindered me. This sagging pants thing is self destructive. No one will hire one of these morons. They have to work twice as hard to accomplish any task, their movement is restricted, and they are the object of ridicule. I just don’t get it.

We bleached our hair with peroxide and wore tight clothes and long hair, but I could still do daily activities as well as anyone.

It Is What It Is

August 5th, 2011
1:51 pm

Obviously Mr. Barr hasn’t seen been in an area where this is such an issue. These little punks that wear their pants below their wast are a disgrace. Its not freedom of expression!!!! Its HEY EVERYONE, LOOK AT ME. I don’t want to see a black kid’s underwear when I’m in public. While I agree this is somewhat of a waste of resources because police shouldn’t have to deal with this.

This is a problem that parents should take care of. But since this happens in a one parent home, and there is no daddy around, it goes on.


August 5th, 2011
2:09 pm

A few years ago, my husband took our son to be fitted for a prom tux. In the tux shop, there was a mom with her teenage son also looking for prom wear. The boy came out of the dressing room with trousers sitting low and said, These pants don’t fit right. The well dressed, dignified looking mom shot back with “That’s because you have them around your a** and not your waist.”

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August 5th, 2011
2:17 pm

Bob Barr is sadly one of the few voices of reason on this issue. Who decides what fashions should be criminalized anyway? Why is a fashion choice preferred predominantly by black men being singled out when any number of undesirable “white” fashion choices — gaping holes in the knees of jeans, faces full of black piercings, etc. — are not under legal attack?

Sad that the majority seem to support this in a supposedly small government favoring red state. This is the exact same mentality, in less extreme form, that causes Islamic countries to deploy fashion police to ensure that women are wearing burqas. I guess as long as government is only intruding in other people’s lives other than your own it is fine with some of you.

Greg Camp

August 5th, 2011
2:25 pm

As with many fashion faux pas, the correct response is to ignore the offender or to laugh, if something more seems necessary. That being said, I’m sure that what I wear and do is seen as wrong by someone. The question here is whether anyone is being harmed, and in this case, the answer is no. (Please don’t sing the “think of the children” line…)

Believing in liberty means believing that we each have the right to our own harmless foolishness. Otherwise, I have a long list of things that I want to ban, including some things that each person here may enjoy.


August 5th, 2011
2:43 pm

If they want to dress like criminals, I say we accommodate them.


August 5th, 2011
2:53 pm

Somebody will eventaully sue these two cities. Neither has any money for defense. Maybe Jonesboro does. They can step up that ticket trap at Hwy 54 and US 19/41. And they can sit next to the alternative school across from the park and ride and give out tickets to the black males going to and from the school. Hampton can give out tickets in the Walmart parking lot. That seems to be a hangout on the weekends. What’s next? Tickets for wearing a baseball hat backwards?


August 5th, 2011
3:13 pm

“Won’t somebody please think of the children?” Seriously it’s 2011. If you don’t like it, move. There are places where people don’t wear their pants low. Live there.

JF McNamara

August 5th, 2011
3:15 pm

As long as there is not nudity, who cares? Do you explain a Bikini to your kids on the beach? How about cheerleaders? How about Beer commercials with half naked women?

This is just a harrasment law. There is not nudity. Just bad taste.


August 5th, 2011
3:15 pm

anyone has the right to look like a fool, that is a personal choice. this stuff is beyond foolish. it is dirty, filthy, trashy. hands in pants, masturbating while walking, hair not combed, mouth dripping saliva. no education, no employment, no goals… life was not intended to be lived as such. can’t these folk do any better? it doesn’t require alot of effort…

speaking of rights:

i don’t hate gays, that is their right choice, i pray for everyones best. i hated when a homosexual approached me at the gym with an uncontrollable erotic, passionate desire to engage in a perverse, unimaginable, unthinkable, animalistic deed. keeping a handle on my intent which would have put me in jail for quite sometime, i asked myself, “don’t i have a right as a dues paying member not to be approached like this?” i didn’t behave to warrant that and don’t want to be approached like that nor want that in my face, it’s my right. my personal choices dont offend and cause people grief. rights should benefit and build up, not contribute to the demise of culture.

this ‘right to do whatever i want’ is wiping humanity off the planet.


August 5th, 2011
3:55 pm

@it is what it is – it isn’t just black kids – it is heavier among the blacks but i’ve observed men of different races doing it. it doesn’t make them thugs – it just so happens that they got the STUPID idea from thugs. it is no more than watching a woman who has no business with a bikini on flaunting around-or that woman that has on a tank style top with a bra that shows her straps. a bra is underwear as well-it is not different than people having plumbers butt and you are forced to look at their cracks in society-it is no different than the woman who has on a tight dress or short shorts and you can see her cottage cheese (cellulite)-it is no different than the female celebrities who started wearing tight dresses and t-shirts during their pregnancies and now you see alot of it-it is no different than a woman in a tube top who needs a bra for her back-or the woman in a mid-driff top and she looks as if she is expecting. It isn’t any different then the “skater boy” look with the tight jeans-different colored hair, etc. I could go on about “looks” that offend. In other words-the fashion police would be writing tickets to alot of people all day-at one point or another, we all have been guilty of invading someone’s eye space.

It is JUST A fashion statement – a HORRIBLE one, but it is. If these dummies want to walk around looking foolish-then it is their right to do so. I hope that it goes away soon, but until then – jonesboro and hampton have bigger fish to fry than keeping tabs on someone with their tighties or fruit of the looms showing.

also to the person that says uniforms – believe it or not – the schools in those two cities have been in unifrom for a couple of years now!

Bernie Lomax

August 5th, 2011
3:55 pm

What about ascots? Should they be banned as well Mr. Barr?

Jack Meehoff

August 5th, 2011
3:58 pm

If you don’t like it, move outta the ghetto!

Destin Dawg

August 5th, 2011
4:08 pm

they wonder why they can’t get a job. ??? come to think of it I never saw baggy pants… really working hard.. military .. sports.. etc… tattoos.. piercings.. maybe I’m just old… but older people do most of hiring right ???


August 5th, 2011
4:16 pm

In the next 5 years we are going to be seeing a massive number of town bankruptcies. While pensions, prosecution of victimless crimes and the like are going to be the cause, these clowns are worried about a bit of butt crack and underwear showing. What is showing is the complete incompetence of local government leaders.

Sweet Chuck

August 5th, 2011
4:18 pm

Can’t we all just get along?


August 5th, 2011
4:20 pm

Makes me think of the great song by Madness “Baggy Trousers.” Now that was some fun music (British SKA from the 80’s).

Man our society is doomed.

Richard D

August 5th, 2011
4:24 pm

In what way is this worse than Lady Gaga parading around half naked?


August 5th, 2011
4:52 pm

Sagging is a fad, I wish would go away and stay! @it is what it is.. It is not just a black thing, this fad is one that reaches across all racial lines, and I have seen some 30 and 40 year old guys doing the same thing.


August 5th, 2011
4:55 pm

I am also fine with people wearing their pants anyway they want because after all, free speech is free speech. The only people we need to arrest are doctors who ask people if they have any guns in their home.THAT kind of speech just ain’t acceptable, right Bob?


August 5th, 2011
5:30 pm

Just another example of the effects of the “Hip Hop Culture” ruining America. It is not a black or white issue, just a matter of poor taste and really bad role models.


August 5th, 2011
5:53 pm

sagging pants will get you arrested, but if you just wear the boxer shorts without the pants, that is not a crime in hampton.


August 5th, 2011
6:03 pm

There are lots of fads I don’t care for, face piercings, facial tattoos, sagging pants, exposed thongs (when not at the beach), neon-colored hair…but should they be illegal? No, no matter how ridiculous they may appear. I saw a mother with her toddler (approx 2 yrs old) and the toddler had sagging pants. How is that kid supposed to learn to walk correctly?

But the folks who argue that others should move from where they live if they don’t like it are offering a ridiculous solution as well. Why should someone move from their home of 30, 15, or even 2 years just because people move in around them that wear sagging pants? C’mon.

A better solution would be to have businesses enforce their own dress codes, something along the lines of ‘No shirt, no shoes, no service’. Many convenience stores do not allow students to bring in backpacks. How about ‘pull up your pants if you want to be served’? Schools should have dress codes and should enforce students to observe them. And employers should let applicants with saggy pants know that they won’t be hired if they can’t dress properly.

People need to be taught that if they want respect, they have to dress like they deserve it.


August 5th, 2011
6:11 pm

So, if I get this right you are saying that people can do pretty much anything they want. So, it is OK if a person never takes a bath and never uses deodorant? What if they were seated next to you in a quality restaurant? What if the person sitting next to you on an airplane chooses to constantly pass smelly gas? I guess you are one of those that believe that innocent people do not have any rights. So, if I come to your desk and start spitting chewing tobacco in your trashcan, never caring how my aim is, you are OK with that? I do not have problem with the saggy pants as I am old enough to understand that this too shall pass. I firmly believe that society has the right to self police. At my age I am no longer worried about whether someone thinks I am a racist or bigot. Those are usually foolish people that are quick to judge and are looking for validation in life. The problem I have is taking one situation and saying it is wrong when there are a whole lot of disgusting things people do in life that are against the law and no one seems to care. Littering? How is this worse than the chewing tobacco example? A 300 pound person that does not bathe wearing a speedo to the store is acceptable? Is this worse than a person that picks their nose and eats it while in a restaurant? Worse that someone wearing saggy pants that show the person’s underwear that may or may not have been changed in the last week? Ar some point, polite society also has rights. So, if a restaurant decided to pass a dress code would you object? Does the business owner have rights? I object to to your statement as I witnessed a young man with his pants down below his crotch and his undies had stains in places that no one should have to put up with. I don’t care anymore about political correctness and I told him that how he was wearing his pants was nasty and reflective on him as a person. I am fed up with political correctness. I think we have lost our way as a caring society. We only care about disgusting stuff but socially acceptable behavior is no longer cared about. Yes, this is what is making out country great.


August 5th, 2011
6:18 pm

I have nothing against fads. We wore high top fades (haircut), shags (again haircut). Polyester shirts and bell bottoms. But the sagging pants are ridiculous. The wearer looks like a moron, and I can’t imagine why anyone would follow a fad that’s an inconvenience!! Have you seen these nuts constantly pulling and hold the pants? Watch one trying to run with those pants like that. The police must love this fad.


August 5th, 2011
6:25 pm

Well put Megan. There are laws that make sense and those that make no sense. If a town or city wants to pass a law for their citizens, so be it. Why do we have to pull over for funerals? This makes no sense to me and why are we putting up with the funeral police. Who cares about the dead person or their family and friends? Most states do not have this law so why does Georgia waste police officers time and money to stop traffic when there are real crimes that should be tended to. Same argument about the baggy pants. Dumb to police nonsense like this when we can’t fund education. Take from the children and give to the mourners. Makes sense to me convoluded as the logic really is.


August 5th, 2011
6:37 pm

@ Ben— What a douche-bag. I hope you never have a loved one die and have to travel from one end of the city ot the other one without the “Funeral Police”. These officers do an amazing job trying to get accross town TOGETHER!.

Go stick something sharp in you eye.


August 5th, 2011
6:42 pm

Big fat women in Spandex is an uglier sight, to me, than some kid with droopy pants.

The pants thing will eventually fade away as do all fashion faux pas. Unfortunately the fat women problem is here to stay.


August 5th, 2011
7:03 pm

That’s why things are better in Saudi Arabia: no Fatah chicks, man.


August 5th, 2011
7:10 pm

@BFS TO show your stupidity, just what does stopping traffic have to do with anything? Your whininess show the lunacy of this law. Besides, I have had loved ones die but I was raised to not feel sorry for myself but to celebrate their life. No one I loved wanted me to walk around feeling sorry for myself. Yes, I missed them but how is moping around going to accomplish anything? Your backward ideas are so self centered it is pathetic as your retort about sticking something in my eye. Your religious background shows hypocracy. Besides, this was an analogy. If a person gets to walk around with their pants down as is their right, even though they are in a minority, then take this to the 10 Commandments. Your right to post them on the court house steps but where are the other religious materials that morally and legally should be posted next to the 10 Commandments. Oh, that’s right. I understand you.


August 5th, 2011
7:44 pm

BFS. Ben has a point. In this country over 200 million people can get from one side of town to the other without police escort. I was born and raised in Georgia and accepted this law but it is pretty backwards. Sort of the alligator on a leash law. Sort of like the low pants law although I do applaud the towns that are doing this. If the law works then no more hilarious articles about the bad guy trying to escape police running away trying to hild his pants up and then falling when the pants fell to the ankles. These I will miss.


August 5th, 2011
8:37 pm

Ban bad purfume, some of it is worse than tobacco smoke.


August 6th, 2011
7:27 am

Chief porter missed the mark here. He should encourage the hip hop punks to wear their pants below their butts. They don’t wear belts, so they are usually holding them up (trying to look all gangsta). When they are running from the cops, its easier to catch them when the pants drop to their ankles. My kids laugh at these logic challenged gangsta wanna-be’s.

Our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ will crush the heads of the perverted New World Order integrationist crowd and their devilish black minions

August 6th, 2011
11:10 am

The Barr Code,

Sagging pants, short skirts, and inappropriate t-shirt slogans are a few of the many perverted by-products of integration. Prior to integration or the good ole days, I distinctly remember African Americans having conversations with their brothers or sisters which had a foundation in reality.

But after integration was imposed upon us, it’s like a tale of two cities. Listen to conversations on “black talk radio shows” especially 1380 waok radio. The vast majority of African Americans are having conversations based on pure fantasy as if it were grounded in reality. And the radio hosts and their studio guests are classic examples of it.

I’m sorry Bob. But sagging is much more than a fashion fad which causes dismay to each generation of parents. Unlike the good ole days, we are talking about a generation of people who can’t read or write. And if they have the ability, they have no basis to understand the implication of what they are reading and writing. As a result of being deliberately dumb-ed down, they have become evil too.

“Educated” integrationist African American leaders, their devilish black minions, and government are to blame for the insurmountable psychological problems visited upon sagging and un-sagging African Americans in our society today, especially the federal government.

I can assure Americans that anything integrationist African Americans leaders, their devilish black minions, or governments do to address any problem that they created will only aggravate it.


Our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ will crush the heads of the perverted New World Order integrationist crowd and their devilish black minions

August 6th, 2011
2:29 pm

An example of integrationist African Americans forced to live in a fantasy world is when the New World Order integrationist crowd and their devilish black minions were caught red handed deliberately dumbing down African American children in Atlanta Public Schools. Afterwards, you would think the parents of black children would abolish APS. But that is not in the offing. In the words of Obama, “crazy Joseph Lowery” and other integrationist African American “leaders” are rallying to support the “good” results in the Atlanta Public Schools.


Our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ will crush the heads of the perverted New World Order integrationist crowd and their devilish black minions

August 6th, 2011
2:33 pm

“Similar perverted fantasies and immoral behavior have been forced on us since integration was mandated in the south, 1970. Just ask rappers or their supporters whether or not good music is being made these days. And the elitist are paying the rappers like most of our refined integrationist mischief makers, e.g. Obama, Oprah Winfrey, Bill Cosby, Al Sharpton, Tyler Perry, Beverly Hall, etc…”


Our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ will crush the heads of the perverted New World Order integrationist crowd and their devilish black minions

August 6th, 2011
2:35 pm

It’s obvious to me that young African Americans wearing their pants below their hips is unrelated to fashion fads that cause dismay in each generation of parents. The reality is that the perversion occurs because they are being deliberately dumbed down by black refined and unrefined mischief makers in exchange for money, fame, status, plush jobs, and materialism etc.



August 6th, 2011
7:13 pm

Well, I tried this pants on the ground thing and my butt is so withered that my pants fell right around my ankles at WalMart and there was a cop picking up a sandwich and I got arrested for attempted assault with a dead weapon even tho I was nowhere close to anybody else. Dang cops!

And I’m mighty careful to obey the funeral procession law. Except after the 500th car I’m getting back on the road even if it’s the Pope that died.


August 7th, 2011
11:09 pm

All I have to say is….there is nothing and I mean nothing more disgusting than seeing someone’s pants hanging well below his hips and seeing his underwear hanging out. Give me a break. That is plain indecent!!!!!!!

I Love Life Cereal

August 8th, 2011
8:50 am

I can’t believe we’re discussing drooping pants when there are real criminals we’ve got to STAMP OUT!

Right now, somewhere, little girls are trying to raise an honest dollar by running a lemonade stand.

Quick-to the squad cars! Time to stamp out these evil vermin!!

[...] The Barr Code | Sagging Pants Turn Georgia Towns Into Fashion Police Local government nannies will deliver us from this form of obscenity. The City of Hampton, a small town in South Metro Atlanta, recently received attention after passing a ban on “sagging pants.” The reason is behind their action, according the Henry Daily Herald, is the number of complaints coming from citizens. Hampton Police Chief Rad Porter says, “I felt we needed to do something about this conduct.” [...]


August 8th, 2011
2:18 pm

@Gramps: nice one …
@ConcernedGeorgian … apparently you haven’t been to a Walmart recently. There are PLENTY of things (people?) more disgusting. ( )


August 8th, 2011
4:58 pm

What the heck happened to parents who dressed their daughters like ladies and sons liKe gentlemen? I guess my kids are a part of a dying breed of Americans. Then again, Americans are a dying breed altogether.


August 8th, 2011
10:13 pm

9 times out of 10 those police on funeral processions are on paid detail working on their off hours. Very few departments escort funerals for free any more.


August 9th, 2011
9:10 am