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The bit about the "controversy" with Colbert's campaign must be cited correctly if it is to be included, as in its current state it's a WP:BLP violation. That means it properly formatted as a footnote, and properly attributed to the correct web address (as it's a web article). Anything that is not said in the article cannot be said here, and the language must be neutral. Oneconscious, see Template:Cite news to help you. I'm not going to add it in, as I don't think this is an important enough item to include in someone's biography. I'd prefer it stay out, but if others insist it be included, it must conform the the BLP policy.--Cúchullaint/c 00:43, 4 December 2007 (UTC)