Coleman's Neiman Marcus suits get TV debut
The Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee released a new TV spot against Sen. Norm Coleman that makes a brief mention of his "suitgate" controversy last week. We are wondering how many regular TV viewers will actually get it since it was such a blog-run controversy.
Watch the ad after the jump.
The "Priceless" ads, mocking the well-known Mastercard commercials, aren't witty or funny anymore. Luckily for the DSCC, Ralph Nader took on the first battle against Mastercard when they sued his campaign for ripping off their copyrighted ad theme. Nader won the case, which allowed terribly uncreative rip-offs to continue. Thanks Nader!
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