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Those Sensitive Democrats

Given that Gov. Kathleen Sebelius, is prospectively accusing Barack's critics of racism, one would think that the Democrats would be making sure that they were purer than the driven snow when it comes to using what Sebelius called "code words" about race or ethnicity.
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But maybe not.  The Washington state Democrats are running ads against Republican gubernatorial candidate Dino Rossi -- an Italian-American -- accompanied by music from "The Sopranos."

What are the "code words" there?

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