It’s Time For Big Bird To Take on Romney (PHOTOS)

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Big Bird, the lovable yellow Sesame Street Muppet, became a symbol of the 2012 presidential election after Mitt Romney threatened to fire him during the first presidential debate. Romney inspired a barrage of memes along with an Obama attack ad.

Big Bird, the lovable yellow Sesame Street Muppet, became a symbol of the 2012 presidential election after Mitt Romney threatened to fire him during the first presidential debate. Romney inspired a barrage of memes along with an Obama attack ad.  

Now, with President Obama winning the elections, it is clear that Big Bird will not be fired, but the famous PBS character has much more for Romney than just a feeling of sympathy. Just have a look at how Big Bird celebrated the defeat of Challenger Mitt Romney.

Big Bird is still employed, Mitt Romney is not

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Big Bird is back, and this time he is not in mood to spare anyone

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Even birds supported Obama this election. You want proof? Here is it.

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Big Bird and PBS were the proud sponsors of Romney’s concession speech

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For Romney, the message is self-explanatory

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Obama has been good for economy. Proof? Big Bird is still employed

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Hilary’s friendly advice to Romney

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Romney’s friendly advice to all other Republicans aspiring to run for Presidency someday

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