When Herman Cain was running for president his campaign, like every campaign, had signs made up for supporters to stick in their yards. What happened to them when he dropped out of the race? While traveling around South Carolina, Rick Santorum's top adviser recycled them.

From the Washington Post:

This trip was taking him from a staff meeting in Charleston to a rally with Santorum in Greenville, a four-hour drive that he hoped to make in three. On the way, he managed to secure a deal for 10,000 yard signs from Herman Cain’s disbanded campaign — “They were just going to throw them in a dumpster,” [Kerry Wood] said — and a volunteer had been dispatched to Georgia in a U-Haul to pick them up. It was a transaction befitting of a contest that swaps one front-runner for the next: Wood planned to reuse the metal frames but replace the thin plastic signs, subbing “Yes We Cain” for “Rick Santorum for President: Join the Fight.”

Cain is gone, yet his spirit lives on; by way of a recycled yard sign.

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