(11AM EST – promoted by Nightprowlkitty)

Tell the world how you feel!  Our bumper stickers are perfect for expressing yourself while cruising down the highway or just for posting on the wall.  

  • Measures 10″ x 3″
  • Printed on 4mil vinyl using water and UV resistant inks – means no fading in the sun or bleeding in the rain.

Available singly, and in 10 and 50 packs.


Full disclosure:

Cafe Press gets US$3.49 on single bumperstickers and adds $3.00 markup to me = US$6.49 retail price

They get US$26.99 on 10 packs and add $10.00 markup to me = US$36.99 retail price

They get US$96.99 on 10 packs and add $20.00 markup to me = US$116.99 retail price

Any money I make from these I’ll be donating 100% to WikiLeaks.

You can buy them if you want to, but I’d much rather that you give your money directly to Wikileaks so more money ends up in Assange’s defense fund.

You’re welcome to steal the image above though and post it anywhere you like.

Img code: <img src=”http://i165.photobucket.com/albums/u65/vradul/iamassangesticker.jpg”/>


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    • Edger on December 9, 2010 at 9:34 pm
  1. Will do something . . . . !

    • RUKind on December 10, 2010 at 5:33 am

    When all the slave rebels stood up when the Romans (US these days) asked the remaining slave army which one was Spartacus, the rebellion leader.

    As I recall, Spartacus got the Jesus treatment. Spreading the Truth seems to be a dangerous calling.

    Do you think Ron Paul would put one on his vehicle?

  2.  http://news.yahoo.com/s/dailyc

    Gravel, who somewhat famously read the Pentagon Papers into the congressional record, also praised WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange as a modern day Daniel Ellsberg. “The revelations of Wikileaks are not an endangerment to American troops in our far flung Empire, but they truly are an embarrassment to America’s political leadership today,” Gravel said.

    Edger, thanks for the the bumpersticker. I’ll be ordering one.

  3. I love to post this kind of stuff.  Special thanks to Diane and Edger.

  4. Neat stuff!

    This is neat, too!

    . . . in a e-mail from Avaaz.org:

    Incredible – nearly 400,000 signatures in one day for press freedom! Join the massive outcry and forward the email below –

    The chilling intimidation campaign against WikiLeaks (when they have broken no laws) is an attack on freedom of the press and democracy. We urgently need a massive public outcry to stop the crackdown — let’s get to 1 million voices and take out full page ads in US newspapers this week!

    The massive campaign of intimidation against WikiLeaks is sending a chill through free press advocates everywhere.

    Legal experts say WikiLeaks has likely broken no laws. Yet top US politicians have called it a terrorist group and commentators have urged assassination of its staff. The organization has come under massive government and corporate attack, but WikiLeaks is only publishing information provided by a whistleblower. And it has partnered with the world’s leading newspapers (NYT, Guardian, Spiegel etc) to carefully vet the information it publishes.

    The massive extra-judicial intimidation of WikiLeaks is an attack on democracy. We urgently need a public outcry for freedom of the press and expression. Sign the petition to stop the crackdown and forward this email to everyone — let’s get to 1 million voices and take out full page ads in US newspapers this week!


    WikiLeaks isn’t acting alone — it’s partnered with the top newspapers in the world (New York Times, The Guardian, Der Spiegel, etc) to carefully review 250,000 US diplomatic cables and remove any information that it is irresponsible to publish. Only 800 cables have been published so far. Past WikiLeaks publications have exposed government-backed torture, the murder of innocent civilians in Iraq and Afghanistan, and corporate corruption.

    The US government is currently pursuing all legal avenues to stop WikiLeaks from publishing more cables, but the laws of democracies protect freedom of the press. The US and other governments may not like the laws that protect our freedom of expression, but that’s exactly why it’s so important that we have them, and why only a democratic process can change them.

    Reasonable people can disagree on whether WikiLeaks and the leading newspapers it’s partnered with are releasing more information than the public should see. Whether the releases undermine diplomatic confidentiality and whether that’s a good thing. Whether WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has the personal character of a hero or a villain. But none of this justifies a vicious campaign of intimidation to silence a legal media outlet by governments and corporations. Click below to join the call to stop the crackdown:


    Ever wonder why the media so rarely gives the full story of what happens behind the scenes? This is why – because when they do, governments can be vicious in their response. And when that happens, it’s up to the public to stand up for our democratic rights to a free press and freedom of expression. Never has there been a more vital time for us to do so.

    With hope,

    Ricken, Emma, Alex, Alice, Maria Paz and the rest of the Avaaz team.


    Law experts say WikiLeaks in the clear (ABC)


    WikiLeaks are a bunch of terrorists, says leading U.S. congressman (Mail Online)


    Cyber guerrillas can help US (Financial Times)


    Amazon drops WikiLeaks under political pressure (Yahoo)


    “WikiLeaks avenged by hacktivists” (PC World):


    US Gov shows true control over Internet with WikiLeaks containment (Tippett.org)


    US embassy cables culprit should be executed, says Mike Huckabee (The Guardian)


    WikiLeaks ditched by MasterCard, Visa. Who’s next? (The Christian Science Monitor)


    Assange’s Interpol Warrant Is for Having Sex Without a Condom (The Slatest)


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