Discussion in 'Political Discussion' started by State, Aug 10, 2009.
Do You Have a Permit, Kid? - John Stossel's Take
Wonder if the those "hard-azz" officials would have come down on some gang-bangers or the graffitti vandals with the same zeal as they hammered this girl???!!
I don't know.... I kinda side with the town council on this one. The girl was "pimping her wares" on a busy intersection in town and the safety concerns of the many might prevail over her capitalistic spirt.
One could argue that a town of 240-something couldn't have an intersection busy enough to justify or substantiate the "traffic concern" argument, but that's another issue. Bottom line, it wasn't her property and thus, falls under the traditional codes and applicable town ordinances. A cute little smile and pigtails doesn't give an exemption to established rules.
Glad you added the " ". I was starting to puke.
The problem with these lemonade stands is quality... I'm tired of these little jokers pawning off powdered county time as lemonade. I want fresh squeezed! Maybe even a lemon wedge for garnish, it's not asking too much?
Interesting that when you go to the city web site, that the people who made these decisions are all white males... betcha they are all republicans also..
City of Tulare - Local Government
I think you need a bigger brush dude.
It is what it is... deal with it. Bunch of gray haired dudes making decisions.. how could that be wrong???
I think you're onto something. These kids are crooks. Not only do they use chemically tainted lemonade powders, they don't pay income tax, may not wash their hands, and gouge the consumer with prices that are up to $1 for 6 oz. of the stuff. I think they should prosecuted as adults.
Yeah, cuz all of them are Republican. What a douche
I actually bought a cup last week from the neighborhood stand. The cup cost me 25 cents, so I gave her a buck. She filled it half way and looked at me like I had three heads when I asked for change. Needless to say I won't be back!
1,000 posts, my wife would be proud! Not really.
Oh I get it, that is the Tulare City Council.. reminds me of someone else...
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