H/T Linda O’Keefe
Orlando Political Press
In keeping with the Tea Party’s spirit of resistance and freedom, you may soon be able to express your defiance with a Gadsden Flag license plate. As reported first by Right Side News in October, the original idea was the brainchild of Virginia Tea Party group 912 Richmond. On October 14thHenrico County, Virginia, Delegate John O’Bannon proposed HB 1418 to make this plate official.
O’Bannon told me Sunday that the bill just got a boost from Del. William Howell, Speaker of the Virginia House, who asked to be a co-patron. According to an article in the Virginia Pilot, VA Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli’s spokesperson said he “loves the idea and would put the plates on his car.” Cuccinelli is one of the 22 state AGs suing the Obama administration to challenge Obamacare in court
O’Bannon said he doesn’t expect any serious resistance from Democrats in the Virginia Statehouse, although the Pilot reported Virginia Democrat Party spokesman Brian Coy whining that “…John O’Bannon and Virginia Republicans are more focused on printing license plates for political allies than on creating jobs, improving education or fixing transportation”
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