October 28, 2009
New federal legislation (signed by President Obama) and agency programs have some local police and fire departments afraid to continue their policies of giving cuddly little teddy bears to comfort traumatize children at scenes of disasters.
Whether or not children are caught in car accidents, health emergencies, or cases of domestic abuse, police officers and fire-fighters have long found that little teddy bears placed into the arms of hysterical children can calm them in the midst of chaos.
But now, thanks to an over-reaching state, teddy bears will scarcely be made available to children when they most need them.
The “busy bodies” of Congress recently passed legislation entitled, the Consumer Product Safety Improvement Act, to be implemented by the U.S. Product Safety Commission (CPSC). Then, the CPSC launched something they are calling the “Resale Round-up.”
Quoting Fox News, this Resale Round-up could prove very expensive for some of us: “Americans who slap a one dollar price tag on one of their used possessions, at garage sales or bazaar events, risk being hit with fines of up to $15 million.
To read full article click the link: http://www.infowars.com/u-s-government-now-wages-wars-on-teddy-bears/