Skip to comments.New Missile Defense Logo Causes Stir
Posted on 02/24/2010 9:28:17 PM PST by Justaham
The new logo for Americas Missile Defense system is causing a stir among many, who view it as a graphic mash-up of Barack Obamas election-campaign logo and the symbol for Islam.
The new logo, created by the design company TMP Government, is featured prominently on the US Missile Defense website and on the agencys letterheads.
The uncanny similarities to Obamas election-year logo and the star-and-crescent of Islam were first noted by blogger Weaselzippers and was soon picked up by mainstream news outlets like FOX News and The Washington Times.
The new logo design subconsciously ties together concerns over increasing government takeover of the American economy, Obamas ties to Islam and his natural born citizen status, and mounting troubles in the Middle East regarding Iranian development of nuclear technology.
New logo of Americas Missile Defense
Obama's Hope and Change
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Can this Administration sink any lower? OMG!
...but it’s not about him
It’s an idiogram of the retired Tomahawk missiles hitting the Kabalah and the well in Qom.
As a logo designer myself, I think it’s pretty cool. I don’t really get the whole Øbama/Islam thing, but I can see how some might.
You're a "logo designer" and you "dont really get the whole Øbama/Islam thing"?
LOL, hey, just put the words out there, they don't have to make sense - after all, you're just shoving memes around to see if they stick.
Much ado about nothing.
It’s pretty clear that the logo comprises the Islamic crescent and zerobama stripes from the campaign logo. It bears no relation to earlier logos of the MDA.
TMP Government, which designed the logo, is owned by TMP Worldwide, which also owns the job site “Monster.com.”
Pew Research, 2009 - No Decline in Belief That Obama is a Muslim
Drudgereport, 2010 - New Missile Defense Agency Logo Causes Online Commotion...
check out the Obama Youth Logo
What ever happened to this?
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