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Was it Really Brilliant?

Am I the only one who thinks posing as a mafia family might not have been a good idea?  First, doesn't it underscore some real concerns that Americans have about Bill Clinton's presidency -- and of a political Dynasty?  Second, it wasn't done in an obviously funny way -- I mean, they were seriously re-enacting the show. 


And besides, many folks were actually upset with the Sopranos ending.  Not sure if there may be some misdirected angst about that... 

In short, if you buy into the fact that messages sometimes have a deeper meaning, I'm not sure the Clinton's were wise to put this out.  Sure, it's good for a quick laugh, but ...


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