Organizing for America, the nonprofit group founded out of President Barack Obama’s former campaign, is now using its own version of the popular “Don’t Tread on Me” symbol to sell Obamacare.

In an email sent out to supporters on Friday, OFA writes: “We’ve been trying to come up with the perfect way to show how proud we are of Obamacare.”

Apparently, they feel like it’s this bumper sticker:

(BarackObama.com)

(BarackObama.com)

The group is offering the stickers free to Obamacare supporters, saying “it’s a message that should be sent far and wide, so we’re giving them away” to “everyone who’s tired of hearing the other side talk smack about the health care reform.”

The symbol is borrowed from the “Don’t Tread on Me” Gadsden flag that’s very popular among conservatives. Many times, it’s used in support of the Second Amendment and other constitutional rights.

A Gadsen flag waves in the wind. (Source: AP)

A Gadsen flag waves in the wind. (Source: AP)