Super PAC (soo·per pac) n.
1. A frothy mix of lube and campaign funding
that is sometimes the byproduct of politics.
Credit to Stephen Colbert and Spreading Santorum
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During the 2012 presidential campaign season, comedians Stephen Colbert and Jon Stewart created the Colbert Super PAC, which they used on their satirical TV shows to illustrate the workings of election campaigns. After the January 31, 2012, disclosure deadline, Colbert said, "To all the worrywarts out there who said Super PACs were going to lead to a cabal of billionaires secretly buying democracy - Wrong - They are publicly buying democracy." He then announced the disclosed statistic that, "Half [47.9%] of the candidates' Super PAC money...came from just 22 individuals." Stephen has further announced that he "will not stop" until Super Pac shows up as the top Google search with the new definition of "A frothy mix of lube and campaign funding that is sometimes the byproduct of politics." The next day, DefineSuperPac.com was born. This all being a reference to Rick Santorum's Google Problems.
No, but really, what is a Super PAC
Political Action Committee – According to Wikipedia , Super PAC is the name commonly given to a private group, regardless of size, organized to elect political candidates or to advance the outcome of a political issue or legislation.
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