Super PAC Satire: Colbert Explains (Faux) Presidential Run to ABC News
"The counties need the money, and Colbert Super PAC wants to give it to you; call it a Christmas Miracle," he wrote. "I've already filled out the check, and to prove it's no joke, I've written 'No Joke' in the memo line." Colbert later wrote that the
by Josh Feldman | 3:15 pm, January 15th, 2012 On CNN's Reliable Sources today, Howard Kurtz examined the latest details in the story of comedian Stephen Colbert and his former Super PAC. Many would dismiss his intent to run for president as a joke,
The term “super PAC” has become omnipresent, uttered daily by political notables ranging from presidential candidates to comedian Stephen Colbert. But its genesis is largely a mystery. Continue Reading Text Size – + reset So a memo to dictionary
A (faux) TV ad purchased by the group "Americans for a Better Tomorrow, Tomorrow" portrays Romney as "Mitt the Ripper" for slashing jobs.
A fake run for president is nothing without fake attack ads, and "Definitely Not Coordinating With Stephen Colbert Super PAC" is wasting no time in getting its hysterical message out to South Carolinians. In a press release