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The New Look Democrats — Plus, How To Make Your Very Own DNC Logo; Updated With Reader Suggestions

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By Doug Powers  •  September 15, 2010 04:23 PM

**Written by Doug Powers

DNC Chairman Tim Kaine announced a new party logo yesterday, as well as a new-look website.

Here’s the new logo:

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The old logo looked like this:

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The DNC is selling t-shirts sporting the new logo:

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However, the t-shirt costs $30 — well out of the reach of some of the people who have benefitted so greatly from Recovery Summer.

So, since the economy is in a shambles because of those darn Republicans who haven’t had control of anything in quite some time, money is tight and not everybody can afford to buy a t-shirt with the new Democrat logo on it.

But here’s a solution for Democrats who can’t afford the new shirts (or stationary, etc) but still want to tell the world “I stand firmly behind the architects of some of the most unpopular and disastrous legislation in the history of the country now more than ever!”

Simply find an old t-shirt or note-pad that has the ACORN logo on it:

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Rotate 90 degrees counter-clockwise:

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Carefully remove the top while leaving the actual nut intact (very important):

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Now just center the D and fill in the “wealth gap” in the circle, and voila — Your very own “new Democrat” logo!

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It’s similar, anyway — recreating logos is like government accounting: An inexact science.

Update: Reader Jim suggests a slightly different logo:

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From Sean via Twitter:

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From Leo:

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From American Elephant:

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**Written by Doug Powers

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