Rep. Bobby Rush (D-Ill.) sure made a statement when he appeared on the House floor in a hoodie — a moment of solidarity with shooting victim Trayvon Martin that got him ruled out of order and escorted out of the room — but it was hardly a first. Here are some other great moments in deliberate congressional dress code flouting:

Rep. Jim Mattox. (Family Photo)

Rep. Bella Abzug in 1975. (Frank Johnston/The Washington Post)

John Randolph and his hounds (New York Public Library)

Bobby Rush’s House-floor protest: when is a hoodie a hat?

Bobby Rush: A hoodie in the House? Someday, it might be all good