posted on Jul, 19 2014 @ 10:50 PM
Having read the article the following thing can be stated:
We can only hope that Orlando has a bank account and is prepared to use it. The first person who gets charged with this all they have to do is argue
in a court of law, up to the US Supreme court, that their first amendment freedom of speech is violated and the court will over turn this law. There
really is no legal justification for this, and ultimately, it is a badly written law.
The government can not regulate how a person is to dress or how they look. It opens a dangerous door that should not be opened, as then it could be
used to enforce other codes of dress and look that should not be impeded on. The question of what is next, no facial or body piercings? Do they now
forbid the display of say tattoos or other body modifications? Are they going to dictate how say hair is to be styled or cut?
If they can determine baggy/sagging pants as being offensive, what about a man in say a kilt or a transgendered person, are they now going to dictate
that a man must wear pants of a certain length? it is a law that goes too far, and the first person who is jailed from it, will be in a position to
reap and win a hefty law suit, backed by legal precedence that has been set already.