Stephen Colbert expressed his dismay after his sister, Elizabeth Colbert Busch lost in a special election to former governor and "Appalachian Trail" hiker, Mark Sanford for South Carolina's 1st Congressional district.
Elizabeth Colbert Busch 'Goes There' With Mark Sanford
Former SC Gov. Mark Sanford claims he's more humble now after "his experience in 2009" and will be willing to reach across the aisle during his first and only debate with Elizabeth Colbert Busch.
In a surreal and surprising display of campaigning, Mark Sanford debates a photo of Nancy Pelosi, a symbol of Democratic leadership, because he's mad that Elizabeth Colbert Busch won't debate him more.
After again endorsing his sister in the upcoming House race in South Carolina and after her opponent, former Gov. Mark Sanford's appearance on Morning Joe this Wednesday, where he was given a big wet kiss by the crew of the show and Scarborough announcing that it was "going to be, Morning Joe vs The Colbert Report," Stephen Colbert was more than happy to respond.
Here's hoping Stephen Colbert's sister, Elizabeth Colbert Busch, turns Tim Scott's district in South Carolina blue.
Stephen Colbert is still on vacation this week over at Comedy Central, but he did make an appearance on Jake Tapper's new show on CNN, The Lead. Colbert stepped out of character for the better part of the interview and discussed his support for his sister who is running for the U.S. House seat that was vacated by Tim Scott after he was appointed to the Senate to replace the Heritage Foundation's latest wingnut welfare recipient, Jim DeMint.
Stephen Colbert had a bit of trouble pretending to remain objective about his sister's run for South Carolina's 1st congressional district, which was vacated by now Sen. Tim Scott: Colbert touts his sister's House bid: Colbert, in his trademark