Page Title: Political Flags

 Pocket Copy of the Constitution

Democrat Flags, Republican Flags  Obama Flag  2nd Amendment Flags

Hillary Flag

Hillary Flag 3x5' with heading and grommets

#HC1 $4.99  clearance WE HAVE ONLY ONE LEFT! Own a piece of history.

When there is a Democratic nominee we will have that flag also


Tea Party Flag Added


Trump 2020 Bumper StickerTRUMP 2020 Bumper Sticker    approx 7.5" x 3.75" #8BS2 $1.95


Anyone But Trump Bumper Sticker Anyone But Trump Bumper Sticker approx 7.5" x 3.75" #8BS1 $1.95


George Washington's Flags




Trump 2020 Flag

Trump Flag 2020 Flag

#DT3 $9.95

3x5' With Heading and Grommets


Giant Pray for Our President Magnet

6.5" x 4.25" Oval #MAGPRES $1.59



#OB3 $2.99 12x18" Obama Garden Banner with a sleeve on the top (closeout price)


#OB6 $2.79 Lapel Pin 1x1.5" Beautiful gleaming epoxy domed photographic quality

#OB4 $.99 (closeout price)  5 X 45 Nylon Obama Streamer can fly in conjunction with your U.S. flag or alone. It has a single brass grommet and includes a nylon cable tie to connect it to the lower grommet of your American flag. Obama Victory Streamer


Democrat Donkey Flag

Democrat Donkey flag #NOV54 $39.00

3X5'Nylon with heading and grommets

Democrat Donkey Flags: Why is the donkey on the Democrat flag?

"The most common mascot symbol for the party is the donkey. According to the Democratic National Committee, the party itself never officially adopted this symbol but has made use of it. They say Andrew Jackson had been labeled a jackass by his opponents during the intense mudslinging that occurred during the presidential race of 1828. A political cartoon depicting Jackson riding and directing a donkey (representing the Democratic Party) was published in 1837. A political cartoon by Thomas Nast in an 1870 edition of Harper's Weekly revived the donkey as a symbol for the Democratic Party. Cartoonists followed Nast and used the donkey to represent the Democrats." Quoted from Wikipedia


Democrat Donkey Flag

Republican Elephant flag #NOV55 $39.00

3X5'Nylon with heading and grommets

Republican Elephant Flags: Why is the elephant on the Republican flag?

"The mascot symbol, historically, is the elephant. A political cartoon by Thomas Nast, published in Harper's Weekly on November 7, 1874, is considered the first important use of the symbol." The original cartoon has the Republican party, depicted as an elephant, "demolishing the flimsy planks of the Democrats". Quoted from Wikipedia.





4x6" Fine Quality Desk Flags

Democrat Donkey Desk Flag Republican Elephant Desk Flag
Flags and bases are sold separately

4x6" Pricing

Democrat Donkey Desk Flags, Democrat Donkey Table Flags: Great for banquet use

Flags and bases are sold separately

4x6" Pricing

Republican Elephant Desk Flags, Republican Elephant Table Flags: Great for banquet use