The dangers of kids selling lemonade are real. How do we even know that they're actually kids or that they're even selling actual lemonade? I know that I don't want to take my chances with ISIS running about.
Thankfully, we've had some fine public servants doing their best to help keep us safe. However, it unfortunately looks like some lemonade was sold in each instance without proper approved facilities, containers, nor permits and/or concession licenses.
What the hell are these crazy kids thinking?!
Someone could end up getting an extra scoop of lemonade powder...do you know how sweet that is? Diabetes is an epidemic in this country and these kids are ruining lives while fleecing people and peddling their diabolical mixture.
Remember, if you see something, say something! No papers, no lemonade!
Here's a recent offender:
You want to sell lemonade? Follow the rules! Sure, it will take years for you to make a fraction of what it takes to legally operate, but we're doing this to keep you safe.
Nice try, funny man!
Our friends across the border are a little too loose on the restrictions, as they decided to issue "special permits" to 5 and 7 year olds and their lemonade stand.
Are they nuts?! Can they even make sure my lemonade is gluten free? What if my son has a nut allergy? His theoretical blood is on your hands, Canada!
On a serious note...
This should remind everyone just how ridiculous the size and scope of our governments really is.
We aren't free, we are granted permissions. We need to grovel and beg with our hard-earned money for the right to do what we could have done without the need to diminish our wealth.
If people prefer our lemonade be regulated, then surely that service could be provided without the need for a government. However, like most sane people, I don't care if little kids sell lemonade without a permit. They are people, and people are free to do as they wish, no matter what some other people would like to tell them.
It is up to us to support these young agorists who defy the law, by making sure we take the time to stop and get an ice cold glass of freedom when we can.
We are helping them learn life lessons that will hopefully instill entrepreneurial independence down the road.
If you see any officers harassing some young kids trying to sell lemonade, do not aggressively confront them. They may have a legitimate reason for talking with them. Perhaps they are even buying one. But if they are merely trying to shut them down, film it and get it on here. We can stop this madness by constantly ridiculing them and ultimately taking away their power to control us.
Their power is only backed by our obedience. Why should we give it to them, when this is one of their brilliant attempts to keep us safe?
Would you really pay for this "service" if you didn't have to pay for it through taxation? Perhaps there are other instances of economic destruction that we should stop forcibly financing. Perhaps using force to finance anything isn't such a good idea after all...