A Louisiana Lawmaker Takes on the Grave Issue Tearing His Community Apart: Pajamas in PublicMeredith Carroll
One lawmaker in Louisiana must live in an area that has it pretty good. Prett-ay prett-ay good.
And yet. Caddo Parish Commissioner, Michael Williams, claims the “moral fiber” of his community is “dwindling.” His remedy? Ban pajamas outside of the home, according to Yahoo Shine.
Caddo Parish, which includes Shreveport — infamous for having one of the highest crime rates in the country — is in grave danger, it would seem that Williams is saying. And he knows why.
“[I]t’s pajama pants today, next it will be underwear tomorrow,” he said.
No! Not the underwear!
Apparently Williams was out on a shopping excursion when he “observed a couple of young men in loose fitting PJ’s on, probably with their private parts about to come out and no underwear.”
To date, he has drafted an attorney to assist in the writing of an ordinance, which will be presented to a commission in Louisiana.
Thank goodness the state has moved on from Hurricane Katrina, the Gulf Oil spill, KKK Grand Wizard David Duke, disgraced former Governor Edwin Edwards, hooker-loving televangelist Jimmy Swaggert, and has time to focus on the real problems.
Michael Williams will show those mothers who take their kids to the bus stop in their nightgowns and robes who’s boss. Not to mention the preschoolers who dare walk into school on Pajama Day in their, yup, pajamas. Hoodlums.
Next up: Michael Williams searches for the real killer in the OJ case.
What issue do you think should Michael Williams take on next? Cats on leashes?