So-Called Comedian Colbert: South Carolina Betrayed Me and My Family

Posted by on May 09, 2013 at 8:22 am

The hero of the low-information set is upset his moonbat sister was such a dreadful candidate she couldn’t beat Mark Sanford. Oh well.

“I gotta tell you, tonight I am angry, and for once that doesn’t make me happy,” comedian Stephen Colbert said during his show’s opening. “And I think you know why. My sister lost!”

Colbert’s sister, Elizabeth Colbert-Busch, lost in Tuesday’s congressional special election to disgraced former South Carolina governor Mark Sanford.

Colbert admitted to his audience that the voters of his home state had spoken, but that he felt betrayed.

“If they’re going to turn their back on my family, I’m going to turn my back on South Carolina,” Colbert said, suggesting that he would switch allegiances to North Carolina.

After gagging over North Carolina barbecue, Colbert changed his mind.

“I can’t do it. I love South Carolina too much. And I love my sister. And I’m so proud of her.” Colbert said, wondering where she went wrong in the campaign.

Can someone tell us how it was determined that this buffoon was funny? Because a bunch of braindead college kids whoop it up on cue?

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12 Responses to “So-Called Comedian Colbert: South Carolina Betrayed Me and My Family”

  1. Andrew X on 9/09/13 at 9:27 am

    Meh. By all means, hammer the media and don’t stop, especially the so called “real” journalists who, just for example, buried Benghazi until their Tiger Beat Messiah was safely re-elected. Hammer and tong, go and go.

    But let’s keep perspective. Colbert’s just doin’ his schtick. If he’s your boy, have fun, if not, whatever. But let’s not pretend he has some obligation of professional even-handedness – he doesn’t. His sister lost an election, so he’s faux enraged. Woo hoo.

    And bears still crap in the woods, believe it or not.

  2. Andrew on 9/09/13 at 9:32 am

    I’m a right wing extremist, have never liked Colbert, but frankly don’t see anything offensive by his monologue. It was actually kind of funny. It’s a joke, lighten up. I’m not from SC, so honestly don’t care, but I must say, how embarrassing that a guy like Sanford would be elected again. I wouldn’t have voted for Colbert, but I sure wouldn’t have voted for Sanford either.

  3. © Sponge on 9/09/13 at 11:13 am

    Sorry, Colbert. There are still some Americans that don’t think that politics and the future of the country is a fucking JOKE like you do.

    FOAD, douche.

  4. kbdabear on 9/09/13 at 11:17 am

    Sanford knew enough to make personal appearances with the voters.

    Colbert-Busch stayed away from public appearances and said “I’m Steven Colbert’s SISTER, isn’t that enough?”

  5. Zombie John Gotti on 9/09/13 at 11:41 am

    I guess that, in his world, the voice of the voters only counts when it goes the way he wants.

    If it was supposed to be a joke all the way down the line, it failed miserably.

  6. teapartydoc on 9/09/13 at 4:14 pm

    I’m thinking about running for office as the sister of a left-wing comedian.