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Barrack Hussein Logo
Barrack Hussein Obama designed his own logo and presented it with the
following meanings behind it.
Here comes the science .com wrote this about the logo.
The Genius of the Obama Campaign Logo
Barrack Obama made a huge impression on me at the 2004 DNC. I knew that he would
be running for president at some point, but I didnít expect it to be so soon.
Iíve always wanted Hillary to run, and throughout the campaign Iíve been telling
myself that Obama doesnít have enough experience - that he should spend more
time in the Senate. But as I see the diverse support heís getting, and as I
realize his speech at the DNC wasnít a fluke, I find myself hoping heís running
the White House in 2009.
So let me list the reasons why the Obama logo is pure genius:
The O represents Obama and he can use the logo without his name next to it.
(Heís claiming the O as George W. Bush claimed the W)
The blue O and the red stripes represent the flag
The red stripes represent the plains, the American farmland
The Oís whitespace represents the sun, shining over the plains. Because itís
white, it evokes sunrise, not sunset.
So what the logo is trying to say is that thereís a new morning sun
(a hope, change) rising over America, and that Obama is it. I donít think you
can find that level of meaning in any other logo, campaign or corporate. For
contrast, take a look at the other campaign logos:
Raymond of the Transhuman Comedy Blog wrote:
Yesterday afternoon, I waited at a red light behind a car with an Obama bumper
sticker, and I was really impressed with Obama's logo.
The capital O in his surname becomes an encompassing circle, which symbolizes
both social communion and the integration of the self.
The rising sun symbolizes birth and rebirth; the beginning of a season of
growth; the banishment of darkness. Consider how fitting it is that the synoptic
gospels state the women found the empty tomb at dawn in the springtime. The
encompassing circle also fits with this, as it symbolizes the birth canal,
through which new life enters the world.
The plowed field symbolizes nature's bounty (which obviously belongs equally to
us all) and reminds us of our debt to those who work to bring that bounty to our
tables. It evokes quiet pride in the hearts of small town and rural Americans
and strikes a chord of back-to-the-land longing in the hearts of post-hippie
Obama's logo is especially powerful compared to Hillary's. Hers looks like a
tired rehash of previous campaign logos, with the words "Kerry '04" or "Carter
'76" photo shopped out.
Given its symbolic power, whether or not he wins the Democratic nomination or
the general election, I am confident that Obama's logo will be studied by
campaign managers for decades to come.
The Bible Says:
" How art thou fallen from heaven, O Lucifer, son of the morning! [how] art
thou cut down to the ground, which didst weaken the nations!
"For thou hast said in thine heart,
I will ascend into heaven,
I will exalt my throne above the stars of God:
I will sit also upon the mount of the congregation, in the sides of the
I will ascend above the heights of the clouds;
I will be like the most High.
"And no marvel; for Satan himself is transformed into an angel of light. "
The Vulgate employs the word lucifer also for "the light of the morning"