Stephen Colbert strikes again!
The political satirist pulled a fast one on America by hitting the country where it hurts most: Wikipedia.
Stephen decided to mess with Tim Pawlenty's Wikipedia page, adding a lot of nonsense ("He was the son of Eugene Joseph Pawlenty, and let's say... Mrs. Butterworth") and even wrote that T-Paw became Mitt Romney's VP pick last week, which obviously caused a bit of commotion.
The Wikipedia editors took it down pretty quickly, but, along with it came the locking down of all entries for speculated picks, including Rob Portman and Marco Rubio.
Meaning, no one will be able to write any more silly (or true) things on those entries until Wikipedia deems it safe. To which we say: Let Stephen have his fun!
We always enjoy a good Colbert joke.
DiD yOu KnOw? ... Stephen might've been joking about running for president this year, but his super PAC, "Americans for a Better Tomorrow, Tomorrow," is legitimate and can legally raise an unlimited amount of funds from individuals and corporations. Learn more about it, here.
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