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"Don't Gavel Me, Bro!"-- The new T-Shirts are Ready to Order!!! --HELP SUPPORT NEVADA CONVENTION!!!

Don't Gavel Me, Bro!
The New T-Shirts are Ready to Order!!!

As a fund-raiser for the convention, we have "DON'T GAVEL ME, BRO!" t-shirts ready for purchase. If you would like to support the cause, while commemorating our adventures back on April 26, this is your chance!

The shirts are $12 each, or two for $20. They are available for order on-line at:

Or, if you are in the Reno area, you can purchase them at Dr. Terhune's office (and save on shipping costs):

Dr. Terhune
2261 Pyramid Way
Suite #1
Sparks, NV 89431
(775) 331-4464

Order soon to make sure you have your shirt before the Convention on 6/28!!!
(If we have any left by the convention, we may be selling them there, too.)


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these shirts might become collectors items in the far future

since Nevada can alter the course of politics in this country!!!

I think these t shirts will

I think these t shirts will be great to wear at my next GOP meeting!

The vision causes me to chuckle

At my local Womans GOP, I might very well be the youngest at 63....can you imagine???? Too fun.


you should wear one!!! might make them ask you questions...

which would make them think...which would make them ask you questions...etc...

We will persevere

I kicked you folks out in Nevada a few bones. I hope it helps.

Keep fighting patriots! You make us all proud. We will persevere because of your efforts.

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Thanks JKap

Sometimes it seems a bit lonely out here, so your support is very appreciated. I can't wait to get my shirts! Please see my post on "REAL American Republicans."


I've ordered a couple

Very clever idea.....don't you just love a cool t-shirt which also is commemorative and helps to support a cause as well. Chip-in too at www.nevadagopconvention.com Every little bit helps...........!


shirts for the historic convention...

Order soon to make sure you have your shirt before the Convention on 6/28!!!
(If we have any left by the convention, we may be selling them there, too.)shirts

everyone should get a couple of these shirts..get your

meetup to get together and buy them as a group(I think its like 12.a piece)

BTW will they be avail at the convention..

Don''t Gavel Me Bro..

AD in NV

Sends a message and helps pay for the true convention on June 28!

AD in NV



for all of you out there across the country and around the world

please get a shirt and support our efforts....


Cool Thanks Robert I'll try

Cool Thanks Robert I'll try buying one when I'm there!

I think we've all been gaveled!!!!! Not just Nevada!!!

Perhaps you could design shirts saying "I got gaveled by the GOP" LOL ;-)

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Don't gavel me? A bit

Don't gavel me? A bit esoteric for most, I would think...


What comes to my mind is a judge's gavel slamming down some dire sentence for the poor defendant who, in this case and the spirit of the slogan, would seem to be innocent (along with the obvious reference to the tasing incident). Is this correct? I don't even know, and that's a problem...if there's a picture of a hand slamming a gavel down onto a podium, then it might make more sense, but the general understanding of what it means to use gavel as a verb might be confusing to a surprisingly large amount of people; it's just not a phrase uttered often enough to be quickly and easily understood, much less for the comedic timing that such a slogan aims for.

Am I thinking about this too much? I just said goodbye to my friend/love of 2 years who's moving out to Cali and I'm baking like a toasted cheeser and reading Daily Paul for comfort and solace, secure in the knowledge that my fellow Patriots are here and still kicking ass.

Wonder if the rEVOLution puts out...?

For liberty!! *gong*

For Liberty!! *GONG*