Cohen on Colbert Report Thursday night – ‘Nuff Said 

We hereby shamelessly remind you of Flyer Politics editor Jackson Baker's prediction that new 9th district congressman Steve Cohen would attract unprecedented attention in Washington, D.C.

In fact, Baker predicted that Cohen would achieve both prominence and celebrity at a rate unexcelled even by his born-to-be-famous predecessor, Harold Ford Jr.

Cohen's apparently well on his way to making Baker a swami. Turn to the Comedy Central channel tonight and watch Cohen match wits with the host of the Colbert Report, Stephen Colbert himself. Q.E.D.

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