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Sunday, September 25, 2016

Stephen Colbert loves talking up Super PACs.

Ever since the Supreme Court opened the floodgates for anonymous, unlimited cash in political campaigns a year and a half ago, and especially since the Republican presidential race heated up last summer, the Comedy Central comedian/satirist/performance artist hasn’t been able to help but draw attention to the absurdity of America’s campaign finance system.

  • Michael Booth

    Willard Mitt Romney probably raises rats , and they will live with him , and infest everything.

  • rangerrandy

    The comment Willard Mitt Romney probably raises rats , and they will live with him , and infest everything. Simile is ugly, come on, lets let the other side use the lame language, ok?

  • Norightturnonred

    I support presenting Stephen Colbert with an award for the light that he is throwing upon the travesty of the Citizens (?)United decision. The main stream media is not capable of doing it and no one else with a microphone is showing the testicularity required to expose this disaster producing decision. Give ’em hell Stephen. If I lived in SC you’d have my vote.

  • Purple America

    I have been following this since Colbert first announced it and I think this is a dynamite (and funny) way of educating the American people. Unfortunately though, a lot of those specific people that desperately need to be educated will likely never see this because they think listening to a viewpoint different from theirs would be disloyal to the TEA party or right-wing extremists! And the Citizens United case has simply put the politics of this nation up for sale – a very dangerous result.