Sunday, September 03, 2006

Republican Party Changes Name To Let's Party

Washington, D.C. - In an effort to deflect growing voter animosity with their name and the policies it represents, Republican Party leaders commissioned the public relations firm of Hill & Knowlton to come up with a solution that would enhance their standing with the American people. The result, a name change and rebranding of the Republican Party. From this point on, the Republican Party will be called the Let's Party and their symbol will change from an elephant to a tiger in a tuxedo with sunglasses.

Ken Mehlman, formally chairman of the Republican Party and now head of the new Let's Party, said "We needed to change our image badly. People were associating Republicans with corruption, incompetence, fiscal irresponsibility and abuse of power. Now, with the new name and rebranding, we have left behind all of the old baggage and America will give us a fresh look as the Let's Party."

Victoria Clark, a senior partner at Hill & Knowlton, echoed Mehlman's words and expressed confidence that this major makeover will reinvigorate voters in time for November's elections, "This is just what the voters are looking for, something new, something friendly, something happening, something youthful and something hot."

Members of the Let's Party are to be addressed as Partyers. Currently, both houses of Congress are controlled by the Partyers.


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