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    Colbert PAC: Vote Cain!

    Actor/television personality Stephen Colbert (L) promotes his new album "Stephen Colbert with the Black Belles" at the Third Man Records Rolling Record Store at The Lot at The High Line on June 24, 2011 in New York City.

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    Stephen Colbert may not be able to get his own name on the South Carolina ballot, but he's found an empty spot: Herman Cain's. Colbert's super PAC—now called the Definitely Not Coordinating With Stephen Colbert Super PAC—is now running an ad in South Carolina urging voters to vote for Cain, who filed in the state before suspending his campaign. "He's not a career politician. He's such a Washington outsider he's not even running for president," says the ad's narrator, showing clips of Colbert dressed as a superhero. The ad ends with Colbert doing an even slower version of the slow smile Cain ended his own ads with.

    Read it at Politico