Tea Party Bumper Stickers for the 2nd Amendment Movement

The 2nd Amendment Gadsden snake

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Tea Party bumper stickers are the symbol of the tea party movement.
We have come to take our government back. The below are based on high volume mass production prices. This is not a Cafe Press operation, this IS a High Volume and Low Cost effort to get them out there.

Tea Party Bumper Stickers 2nd Amendment

Tea Party Bumper Stickers

Mass production prices for these tea party bumper stickers. Large standard size of 3.75 Tall x 11.5 Wide

Quantity - - - Cost - - Prices include shipping to Continental US
100 - - .26 cents each or $26
500 - - .21 cents each or $110
1000 - - .16 cents each or $160
Prices will be further discounted for those who help us spread the word. Discounts for providing a link to this page, or a link to our producer http://yard-signs.biz/
This 2nd Amendment Bumper Sticker sends the message.
For example, link to this page, and 1000 bumper stickers will cost only 15 cents each, or $150 which includes shipping.

Tea Party Sticker 2nd Amendment
Mass production prices for these round tea party stickers. 4 inches in diameter.

Quantity - - - Cost - - Prices include Free Shipping to Continental US
100 - - .25 cents each or $25
500 - - 20 cents each or $100
1000 - - 15 cents each or $150
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Support your local grassroots patriots movement. Express your opinion with a bumper sticker
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Tea Party Yard Signs

Tea Party Yard Signs

We plan to print these for shipment later in July. Please let us know of your interest and potential quantity. Size is 12x24

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5 - - $7 each or $35
10 - - $5.50 each or $55
25 - - $5 each or $125
50 - - $3.50 each or $175

A tea party yard sign, gives a tea party rally a powerful symbol and provides a powerful decoration.

Unite the Fight on July 20, 2013 hosted by Gun Rights Across America - All 50 States

Attend a pro 2nd Amendment Rally in your state, on Saturday July 20. Unite the Fight and is hosted by Gun Rights Across America (GRAA). This is not so much of a rally as it is a gathering of like minded people to meet, greet, and have a fun day together. This will also be an opportunity pro-Second Amendment groups and the like to share information with those who might not belong to an organization. Gun Rights Across America Events July 20
For information about each state group visit Gun Rights Across America State Information

2nd Amendment Literature

The time for action is now. Send the newest Super Brochure on our 2nd Amendment Rights, to areas you choose. Go with what works. Super Brochures have been featured on MSNBC, the front page of the New York Times, Boston Globe, L.A. Times and dozens of other major newspapers. Start your mailing now. CLICK HERE - Super Brochure 2nd Amendment Gun Rights

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2nd Amendment Bumper Sticker - Gadsden Snake Symbolism

The Gadsden flag is a historical American flag with a yellow field depicting a snake coiled and ready to strike. Positioned below the snake are the words "Dont tread on me". The flag was designed by and is named after American general and statesman Christopher Gadsden. It was also used by the Continental Marines as an early motto flag, The snake has been the symbol of 2nd Amendment bumper stickers.

Their use as a symbol of the American colonies can be traced back to the publications of Benjamin Franklin. In 1751, he made the first reference to the rattlesnake in a satirical commentary published in his Pennsylvania Gazette. It had been the policy of Britain to send convicted criminals to America, so Franklin suggested that they thank the British by sending rattlesnakes to England.[1] Benjamin Franklin's "Join, or Die" cartoon In 1754, during the French and Indian War, Franklin published his famous woodcut of a snake cut into eight sections. It represented the colonies, with New England joined together as the head and South Carolina as the tail, following their order along the coast. Under the snake was the message "Join, or Die". This was the first political cartoon published in an American newspaper.

When American colonies came to identify more with their own community and liberty than as vassals of the British empire, icons that were unique to the Americas became increasingly popular. The rattlesnake, like the bald eagle and American Indian, came to symbolize American ideals and society. As the American Revolution grew, the snake began to see more use as a symbol of the colonies. In 1774, Paul Revere added it to the title of his paper, the Massachusetts Spy, as a snake joined to fight a British dragon. In December 1775, Benjamin Franklin published an essay in the Pennsylvania Journal under the pseudonym American Guesser in which he suggested that the rattlesnake was a good symbol for the American spirit:

"I recollected that her eye excelled in brightness, that of any other animal, and that she has no eye-lids—She may therefore be esteemed an emblem of vigilance.—She never begins an attack, nor, when once engaged, ever surrenders: She is therefore an emblem of magnanimity and true courage.—As if anxious to prevent all pretensions of quarreling with her, the weapons with which nature has furnished her, she conceals in the roof of her mouth, so that, to those who are unacquainted with her, she appears to be a most defenseless animal; and even when those weapons are shewn and extended for her defense, they appear weak and contemptible; but their wounds however small, are decisive and fatal:—Conscious of this, she never wounds till she has generously given notice, even to her enemy, and cautioned him against the danger of stepping on her.—Was I wrong, Sir, in thinking this a strong picture of the temper and conduct of America?

Has anyone managed to attend an actual tea party yet? Those who don't live near an upcoming conservative event are being encouraged to send a tea bag to the White House.

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