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“There are positive things about it,” said University of Pennsylvania communication Professor and Director of The Annenberg Public Policy Center Jamieson, when asked whether Colbert’s parody was innovative or even effective, “but it potentially has a down side. The danger is you actually confuse the political environment by becoming a surrogate candidate.”