Hunter Fountain is a 9-year-old whose mother baked a batch of cupcakes and put some plastic toy soldiers on top of them. The school banned them. They were “insensitive.”

I’m not making this up. I’m not that creative. Here’s the story from Caro, Michigan:

Fountain’s wife made a batch of 30 chocolate cupcakes for their son Hunter’s classmates at Schall Elementary School in the town of Caro. The 9-year-old helped decorate the treats with plastic figurines representing World War Two soldiers.

The following morning Fountain said his wife delivered the cupcakes to the front office. The secretary complimented her on the decorations and then took the cakes to Hunter’s class.

“About 15 minutes later the school called my wife and told her the couldn’t serve the cupcakes because the soldiers had guns,” Fountain said. “My wife told them to remove the soldiers and serve the cupcakes anyway — and I believe she may have used more colorful language.”

I’ll bet she did!

The principal, Susan Wright,  who called the decorations “insensitive,” issued this statement:

These are toys that were commonplace in the past. However, some parents prohibit all guns as toys. In light of that difference, the school offered to replace the soldiers with another item and the soldiers were returned home with the student.

But she couldn’t just leave it there. No, she had to add this:

Living in a democratic society entails respect for opposing opinions. In the climate of recent events in schools we walk a delicate balance in teaching non- in our buildings and trying to ensure a safe, peaceful atmosphere.

Anticipating some pushback from Hunter’s father, she added:

By not permitting toy soldiers on cupcakes at school, no disrespect for our or for the brave men and women who defend our to have our differences was intended. Our commitment is always to our children and creating a safe place for them to learn, grow and have respectful dialogues about their differences.

Hunter’s father Casey was offended:

It disgusted me. It’s vile they lump true heroes with psychopathic killers.

I was offended. I support our soldiers and what they stand for. These (plastic soldiers) are representations of World War Two soldiers – our greatest generation. If they aren’t allowed in our schools — who is?

Answer: only the politically correct. I certainly hope Wright doesn’t send Hunter home to get his name changed.

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