Wonder what you would find if you frisked the tail end of cars in the states of Texas, Virginia, and Nevada?
Answer: Soon you might find a Gadsden Flag license plate.
Fox News reports:
Fans of the Gadsden Flag may soon be able to display its familiar rattlesnake and “Don’t Tread on Me” message every time they pull out of the driveway.
At least three states — Virginia, Nevada and Texas — are weighing or have already approved proposals to add “Don’t Tread on Me” specialty license plates to their state rosters.
In Texas, the first state to propose and approve the plates, officials said they didn’t have politics in mind, but simply getting more people interested in displaying specialty plates, which bring the state more money then regular plates.
On Oct. 14, Virginia House Delegate John M. O’Bannon III submitted a proposal to bring “Don’t Tread on Me” plates to Virginia. Unlike revenue-sharing plates, which raise money for a specific organization, O’Bannon says any money raised by these plates will go straight to the Virginia DMV.
“Some people try to politicize it, but the nice thing about this symbol is that it has a very positive and patriotic heritage and a lot of people past the Tea Party folks think favorably of this and I think would like to have it,” O’Bannon told FoxNews.com.
Unfortunately, an all yellow license plate will not look that pleasant on the tail end of a lot cars, because the colors would clash. Either way, the license plate alone is quite badass.
Far-left liberals: Click here to learn the history about the Gadsden Flag before you begin to spew your anti-Tea Party talking points… It just gets old.