Children Defy Police in Washington, Purchase Al Qaeda Lemonade at Capitol

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In response to a recent wave of lemonade stand shut downs and harassment of children over such petty regulations as are used to shut them down, several activists gathered at the west lawn of the capitol in Washington, DC to sell lemonade and were arrested.

While the officers were technically on solid “legal” ground in shutting down the stand, they behaved inappropriately by any standard numerous times, using intimidation tactics on protestors and observers, and harassing members of the professional media. The willingness with which children and tourists participated by purchasing lemonade in disobedience of the police instructions is an indicator of how little respect the general public has for government in general, and specifically police when enforcing unjust laws.

Gives me hope for America. For those who are complaining about the public property not being used for its intended purpose, part of the point of this that the government should not be using public property for the glorification of government when it could be better used to serve public interests. Excessive vending at the capitol (or without a permit in any public space) would surely be preferable to 22.5% unemployment. Free the economy!
[video=youtube;04MNf1YdNxI]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=04MNf1YdNxI&feature=player_embedded[/video]



Evil Al Qaeda scum trying to sell lemonade. Do they think this is a free country? Back to the gulag, slave!
 
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There is already a thread for this. I'm not posting the link. If you want to troll you are going to have to work for it.
 

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There's already a thread in Cool Videos giving these jerk offs more attention than they deserve. Grow a brain, Kirk, and stop posting what Alex Jones tells you to.
 
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