Colbert Super PAC

Dear Colbert Super PAC S.H.H. Elite Members (and Colbert Super PAC Coach Class),

We are excited to announce the latest ad from Colbert Super PAC, made possible with a generous donation from Colbert Super PAC S.H.H. (which is not publically affiliated with Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban). The ad, "Foul Balls," takes on the greedy basketball unions with powerful narration and the most stirring stock footage we could afford. For more information, please see the enclosed press release. (Note: by reading this, you have become a member of the press. Please affix a card indicating that to your fedora.)


Colbert Super PAC's New Ad Goes Strong to the Rim/Airwaves

TEXAS, USA - Colbert Super PAC has released a new TV ad to resolve the lockout in the Men's National Basketball Association (MNBA). The commercial, entitled "Foul Balls," chides the players for demanding superhuman salaries merely because they possess superhuman skills.

The spot was made possible thanks to a generous contribution from Colbert Super PAC S.H.H., a completely independent nonprofit organization which does not reveal its donor, or donors, or even if said donor(s) constitute a plural(s).

"I have always enjoyed watching a few rounds of ball-in-hoop," said Stephen Colbert, President of Colbert Super PAC and Colbert Super PAC S.H.H. "But now, greedy basketball players are threatening the livelihoods of many in the MNBA: from the job-creating team owners, to the Maori basketball net weavers, to half-time mini-trampoline slam-dunk gorillas. In these tough economic times, can we really afford to pay players what they're worth?"

The new commercial began airing today in the most coveted ad spot in the nation - on the Dallas/Ft Worth's WFAA Channel 8 Midday News at Noon - right between all-new episodes of "The Chew" and "One Life to Live." Colbert Super PAC has also struck an exclusive deal with The Internet to stream the ad online - you can view it by clicking here.

Colbert Super PAC, also known as Americans for a Better Tomorrow, Tomorrow, is an independent expenditure-only committee, and Colbert Super PAC S.H.H. is a 501(c)(4) group that protects donor anonymity. Both were founded by pundit Stephen Colbert, who has a television program called The Colbert Report, which has recently hosted such notable guests as Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban. Good guy.

And boom goes the dynamite.

From way downtown,

Stephen Colbert

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