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As a Sopranos fan, I was disappointed to be cheated out of a great death scene to end a superb series. Insult was added to injury however, when one of the more show’s more interesting characters — Johnny Sac — was revealed to be a Clinton fan.
Now at least, Johnny Sac is pushing a cause I can get behind:
Card Check is likely to be a significant issue in a number of Congressional races this year. The Curatola ad plays well on his Sopranos image, and does a good job of illustrating why workers might not want to lose the right to a secret ballot on unionizing. Do they really want their employers and union bosses to know how they stand on such a decision?
UPDATE (10:15 a.m.): More from Ed Morrissey at Hot Air, who calls it “perhaps one of the most effective ads in recent political history to demonstrate the dangers represented by Card Check, thanks to instantly-recognizable Sopranos star Vincent Curatola.”
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