"By not permitting toy soldiers on cupcakes at school, no disrespect for our military or for the brave men and women who defend our rights to have our differences was intended," she wrote. "Our commitment is always to our children and creating a safe place for them to learn, grow and have respectful dialogues about their differences."
Fountain said his little boy is aware of the controversy but doesn't quite understand what all the fuss is about.
"He's nine-years-old," Fountain said. "He was just glad to get his soldiers back."
"It's not about a toy," he said. "It's not about a cupcake. It's what the toy represents -- and we're just taking political correctness too far."
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