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"MR. COLBERT, YOU MAY FORM YOUR PAC"  Comedian Stephen Colbert, attorney (and former FEC Chairman) Trevor Potter, and some red-haired dude who’s probably really important but whose name I can’t be bothered to look up listen intently as members of the Federal Election Commission deliberate Colbert’s application to form a Super PAC, or political action committee.  The type of PAC sought by Colbert allows him to raise unlimited campaign funds from individuals and corporations.  The FEC, which apparently has a sense of humor but probably no sense of parody or irony, approved the PAC, 5-1.  (Photo: Yuri Gupas / Reuters via The Atlantic)

"MR. COLBERT, YOU MAY FORM YOUR PAC"  Comedian Stephen Colbert, attorney (and former FEC Chairman) Trevor Potter, and some red-haired dude who’s probably really important but whose name I can’t be bothered to look up listen intently as members of the Federal Election Commission deliberate Colbert’s application to form a Super PAC, or political action committee.  The type of PAC sought by Colbert allows him to raise unlimited campaign funds from individuals and corporations.  The FEC, which apparently has a sense of humor but probably no sense of parody or irony, approved the PAC, 5-1.  (Photo: Yuri Gupas / Reuters via The Atlantic)