Jan
13

Colbert for President of the United States of South Carolina

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Comments

  1. shadmarsh says:

    If the titles infers another SC secession then I am all for it.

  2. Tom Sullivan says:

    How dare he make a mockery of a mockery!

  3. It’s the genius, the sheer chutzpah of guys like Colbert that make amateurs like me shake fists at the sky going “Why!?Why?!”
    Brilliant. Just brilliant.

  4. Dixiegirlz says:

    Love it…money transfer superpac orgasim!

  5. Diogenes says:

    Learn the Difference Between
    Imply and Infer

    http://grammartips.homestead.com/imply.html

  6. shadmarsh says:

    My apologies for my dyslexic lapse in grammar; thankfully you were here to point it out and correct it for me. I’m not even going to edit it, as I wouldn’t want to rob you of this moment.

  7. Andrew Dahm says:

    I am unable to imply anything from these inferences.

  8. TJ says:

    Sorry for being OT, but, can anyone explain to me the sanity of Asheville paying for the US Cellular sign to be put on the Civic center? If the corporation can afford the purchase, can’t they afford their own sign? What other business in town did Asheville agree to build signs for? So, as a citizen who does not approve of the sale, they still have to pay for it? That’s as much crazy talk as Asheville not including free ads for the city as part of the deal.

    Is the whole world upside down? I think I lost my compass, because I can’t make sense of the directions.

  9. TJ says:

    Actually, I was confusing the naming rights with with the sale of the building.

  10. Diogenes says:

    Colbert Super PAC Goes Negative On Romney In First South Carolina Ad

    http://www.buzzfeed.com/zekejmiller/colbert-super-pac-goes-negative-on-romney-in-first