GOP Changes Party Logo to a Proud Red Cock, The Symbol of a New Dawn

In an effort to reform their negative image as the party of the past, the Republican Party has unveiled their new logo, a proud red cock to replace their elephant logo.

Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Priebus unveiled the new logo after the President’s State of the Union Address. RNC Chairman Reince Priebus said, “the simple fact is that we really need a new image to connect to a new generation of voters. We needed a logo that speaks to a new generation, with a new message of personal and economic freedom and not the so-called values of the Democratic Party. I’m one hundred percent positive that when people see our proud red cock they’re be no doubt in their mind what we truly stand for and what direction we’ll head this country in.”

The Elephant Logo dates to the 1870’s and which symbolizes that the GOP never forgets but much has been said about the fact the stars on the GOP logo are up-side down and many believe its thinly veiled satanic symbolism. The new GOP logo is supposed to represent the coming of a new day, looking forward to bright future. We asked Brad Mathers and his partner Sergio who own an art boutique in downtown Seattle their thoughts and they said, “we were quite impressed when they unfurled their proud red cock logo here in Seattle at the Newt for President headquarters across the street from our boutique, we were just wowed at how enormous and stunning it was,  Sergio couldn’t believe it, the Newt people must really love their proud red cock. Us Democrats really need a new and robust logo as well, perhaps something like a stallion or a majestic owl with its wings stretched.”


We caught up with Newt Gingrich and asked him what his thoughts were and his reply was, “as you can see I’m wearing my proud red cock and I hate to take credit but I recommended the proud red cock logo during the Clinton years but we got side tracked by the Lewinsky scandal and President Clinton’s infidelity and the impeachment process. I recommended it back then because I felt portrayed the values that the party stood for and it portrays my personal values.” We asked the Romney Campaign for a comment but Gov. Romney declined to comment due to the fact that because of his Mormon upbringing he prefers to call the new GOP logo the “rooster thingy.”

 

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