Montana Politician Hates Everything Good In the World, Is Trying To Ban Yoga Pants

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Yoga pants are easily a top three invention of the last two centuries. It’s not even up for debate. You can have the automobile, phone, and computer, and I’ll be just fine with good, old-fashioned, American ass on full display in tightly fitting fabric every day of the week.

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It doesn’t matter if you’re a man or a woman, a Republican or a Democrat: Virtually everyone is on board with Team Yoga Pants. Everyone, that is, but Montana elected official David Moore, whose mission in life is to apparently kill everything that brings joy and light to this otherwise cold and dark world.

From MediaITE:

Republican David Moore proposed the bill, according to the Billings Gazette, after he witnessed naked bicyclists last year and decided to crack down on indecent exposure laws. But beyond just people exposing certain body parts they shouldn’t, Moore also wants to crack down on clothing that conforms to certain areas of the body.

And that includes yoga pants, which, Moore said, “should be illegal in public anyway.”

David, I know nothing of your political background before today, but you, sir, might have just written your ticket out of office. This logic is “we should drown every newborn puppy in America” levels of crazy. If I’m a taxpayer and a registered voter in Montana, how can I trust the rationale of someone so clearly wrong on a universally accepted fact? He might as well have just said the world is flat or that Walt, Jr., brought something to “Breaking Bad” other than bowls of cereal. Absolutely ludicrous.

Davey boy, pick your battles better, because this is not a war you can win. America is an ass country, after all, and yoga pants are here to stay.

[via MediaITE]

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Dan Regester

Dan Regester @Dan_Regester is a Senior Writer and Video Guy for Grandex Media. Delco trash. UCF alum. Famous FIJI on Wikipedia. Bit of a gambling problem. Advocate of shipping the homeless to Mars. Email tips to

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