Fox Invites 'Panel Of Dads' To Judge Whether Women Should Wear Leggings

This seems like a very productive use of time.

For some inexplicable reason, Fox News thought it was a good idea to have a "panel of dads" on to discuss whether women should wear leggings while various women modeled different leggings for them. 

"Fox & Friends" co-host Steve Doocy led a riveting discussion Tuesday including "Duck Dynasty" star Willie Robertson, Fox's legal analyst Arthur Aidala and Andrew Sansone, the husband of Fox News' Julie Banderas. The conversation centered around Tennessee resident Jamie Higdon's viral video against women wearing leggings as pants when the temperatures drop.  

"Willie, are you comfortable with the women in your life parading in public in leggings?" Doocy asked. "Because they ain't pants." 

It all went downhill from there. Some lowlights included: Aidala saying "if it's not worn in the monastery, it's not worn out on the street;" Doocy asking the leggings model if she has any tattoos; and commentary about her physique. 

Good job, gentleman. 

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