National Organization of Women Touts Santorum ‘Support’ with 2012 Election Poster


The National League of Women (NOW) touted their position regarding Rick Santorum today by using a familiar poster designed during the 2008 campaign.

The poster, which will be distributed to all members of the organization, is similar to the one Obama used during his 2008 campaign. The word ‘Hope’ was associated with Obama. For Santorum’s campaign, the organization decided on a more specific definition.

“We felt this poster reflects our position vis-à-vis Rick Santorum,” said NOW spokesperson, Susan B. Anthony. “His position on women and their right to choose, his objections to contraception, and his wife’s belief that it’s god’s mission to put her husband in the White House. All these things helped us tailor a special poster just for him.”

In an ironic twist, the single word used to describe the candidate is Yiddish, a language centered in the Jewish faith. “I’m not entirely sure what the word means,” said Candidate Santorum, “but from what my Jewish friends tell me, it’s an endearing term associated with procreation. That makes me appreciate NOW’s support that much more, thank you.”

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