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Colbert says "clearly, my fellow South Caroliniacs see me as the only viable "Mitt-ternative". Take a look.
So, is he running? Maybe. At least he’s got Jon Stewart to take over the Colbert Super PAC so he can run. It’s pretty easy too. Take a look and you’ll find out if he’s running.
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