Friday, May 25, 2007

Democratic Party Changes Symbol To Jellyfish

Washington, D.C. - In a move designed to acknowledge their failure to act as an opposition party for the first six years of the Bush administration in which they were in the minority and also for their continued inability to stand up to the taunts and smears of the administration and their allies in the media once they regained control of Congress, the Democratic Party has decided to change its official symbol from the donkey to the jellyfish.

Commenting on the new change, Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid said, "Look, I'm a realist and I recognize that giving Bush a blank check for Iraq was a sign of cowardice and lack of principle on the part of the Democratic Party. That is why I wholeheartedly support the idea that we Democrats would best be represented by the symbol of a jellyfish. The jellyfish has no spine and no testicles and I guess that sums us up pretty well."

Also adding their support for the change from donkey to jellyfish were many in the media including David Broder of the Washington Post who said, "It is good to see that the Democrats in Congress know their place. It takes a while but once you've beaten the spirit out of a dog, it is obedient forever."


Anonymous Anonymous said...

It should be either a jellyfish, or perhaps a weasel. Are they cowards, or are they just Big Fat Liars who led us on just to get our votes? I'm so bitter to find out both of my Democratic senators voted YEA for this immoral abomination.

Thanks for keeping us informed, as usual!


9:24 AM  
Anonymous pinko said...

Get a load of this news re: Iran

Yes, it is the WaPo, but it's the e-branch of the operation.

5:22 PM  

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