SuperPAC: A frothy mix of lube and campaign funding that is sometimes the byproduct of politics.
On Thursday's "Report," Stephen Colbert gave a glimpse of how he plans to continue his comedic crusade against the "Citizen's United" ruling by revealing the names of the biggest SuperPAC donors in America, both corporeal and corporate. He then thanked those patriotic Americans for choosing our next president with their money.
But the SuperPAC fun didn't end there. Colbert himself has raised a cool million dollars, and he plans to use it, primarily for capitalizing on the newest planking craze. However, he was quick to point out that he himself is now practically synonymous with the word SuperPAC as far as google is concerned. But that's not enough. The host has now proclaimed, "I want the google recognition of a Santorum. I will not be satisfied until SuperPAC means, 'a frothy mix of lube and campaign funding that is sometimes the byproduct of politics.'"
We're doing our part to help. Check out part one above and part two below.