Social media fired back at Mitt Romney after the GOP presidential candidate said that while he loved Sesame Street's Big Bird he would cut federal funding to PBS during last night’s presidential debate. The Twitterverse responded with the @FiredBigBird account, and the above image of Big Bird looking for work began circulating the web.
Sesame Workshop, makers of Sesame Street, stayed out the politics and posted on its Twitter account, “We are a nonpartisan, nonprofit organization. We do not comment on campaigns, but we’re happy we can all agree everyone likes Big Bird!”

Social media fired back at Mitt Romney after the GOP presidential candidate said that while he loved Sesame Street's Big Bird he would cut federal funding to PBS during last night’s presidential debate. The Twitterverse responded with the @FiredBigBird account, and the above image of Big Bird looking for work began circulating the web.

Sesame Workshop, makers of Sesame Street, stayed out the politics and posted on its Twitter account, “We are a nonpartisan, nonprofit organization. We do not comment on campaigns, but we’re happy we can all agree everyone likes Big Bird!”