Stand Up Be Read™ Launches Get Out the Vote Message to Protect the U.S. Constitution Nov2010.

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The U.S. Constitution is under assault and voters will go to the polls in November 2010 to regain ownership of the United States of America from the corruption of career politicians. Stand Up Be Read™ uses tee shirts and bumper stickers to simplify the message and generate a brand around the cause to protect the U.S. Constitution and restore the principles set forth by our country’s Founding Fathers.

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The Obama administration in practice has shone light on the political progressive fast track...its perverted the political system; our Republic as defined by the U.S. Constitution is unrecognizable.

The U.S. Constitution is under assault and voters will go to the polls in November 2010 to regain ownership of the United States of America from the corruption of career politicians. Stand Up Be Read™ uses tee shirts and bumper stickers to simplify the message and generate a brand around the cause to protect the U.S. Constitution and restore the principles set forth by our country’s Founding Fathers.

“The November 2010 elections are about restoring and protecting the U.S. Constitution,” says Nickie Summers, creator of http://www.StandUpBeRead.com. The upcoming elections are clouded with information overload and political noise about past administrations, current administrations, who voted for what and when. Stand Up Be Read has boiled it down to the simplest common denominator, the U.S. Constitution. “The Constitution is under assault; its as simple as that,” says Nickie, “The Obama administration in practice has shone light on the political progressive fast track of the last 100 years and how its perverted the political system; our Republic as defined by the U.S. Constitution is unrecognizable.”

Protect the U.S. Constitution Nov2010 tee shirts and bumper stickers by Stand Up Be Read™ are designed to focus on what is at risk this election cycle with out the political noise and bantering.

“Now is the time to rally peers, neighbors, and acquaintances to engage in conversation on the importance of the upcoming elections AND get out the vote.” Stand Up Be Read™ tee shirts are available in styles and sizes for juniors, women and men. The Pursue Happiness and Endowed by my Creator onesies make a unique gift for new moms and the little Constitutionalist in your family.

Liberal and Conservative extremists share responsibility for the state of our great country today and this election cycle is being teed up for major changes on both sides of the political isle.

“Even though there is shared responsibility,” Nickie reflects, “we are a Center Right country and history shows that fiscal conservative policies and Constitutional principles have always pulled our country out of hardship and dissension. The American people are ready to take back ownership of our country from the corruption of career politicians.”    

Obama’s job approval rating is down among all political groups with the largest decline among independents. Gallop Poll dated July 7, 2010, reports that Obama’s job approval rating is down to 38% among independents.

“The independent voter played a key role in Obama’s successful election in 2008. Primarily because they believed in Obama’s centrist campaign strategy,” says Nickie “and what they found almost two years later is that he is a liberal progressive who centers his policies on socialistic ideology whose views are way outside mainstream America and the principles of the U.S. Constitution. More importantly policies implemented by Obama’s administration and the House of Representatives have failed to measure up to campaign promises or translate into sustainable results to improve the daily lives of Americans across the country.”

For more information on this press release or to schedule an interview with Nickie Summers, creator of Stand Up Be Read™ and Nichola Originals, please call 1.800.594.7482 or visit http://www.standupberead.com.

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