ActivistPost – Michael Snyder – 11-Year-Old Girl BANNED From Selling Cupcakes – 31 January 2014

Filed under: Uncategorized — by unityoness2013 @ 1:30 pm

Yep, we need to allow the kids to sell the cupcakes and lemonade. Allow them to get out and do what they want as long as it does not harm another, and does good. These guys will complain if the kid gets on public asistance and they we wonder why. The 1% just taught the kids to sit on the couch and get a hand out instead of creating things for others. This sort of thing needs to change. Maybe all the kids in the neighborhood need to get out and sell cupcakes, lemonade, and not allow the laws to stop them. We need to work to change the laws that allow more freedom as long as one does no harm, or intends to do good and not harm. Live in unconditional love, peace, joy, abundance, harmony, and charity.

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Logo_activistpost-comAmerica is being suffocated to death by red tape. You are about to read about an 11-year-old girl in Illinois that had her cupcake business brutally shut down by government bureaucrats. Her name is Chloe Stirling and her crime was doing something that we used to applaud young people in America for doing. Instead of sitting on her sofa and watching television all day, she actually started her own business. And it turned out there her little business started thriving. In fact, it started doing so well that a local newspaper took notice of it.

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