North Carolina congressional candidate Vernon Robinson—last seen rewriting the "Beverly Hillbillies" theme for an ad bashing illegal immigrants—is running a new 60-second spot with an unmissable inspiration. Robinson calls himself the "black Jesse Helms," and he's ripped off the scenes and tone of Helms' seminal negative ad "Hands." In that 1990 ad, run against black Charlotte Mayor Harvey Gantt, a white man opened a rejection letter and tore it up; his job had been stolen by a "minority." Robinson's loving tribute gives us a black woman (nice!) getting the fateful letter, informing her that the Man has hired "an illegal alien, so they could pay him under the table." A downtrodden white dude walks up to a storefront to find only bilingual employees are wanted; he consoles his pixie-ish daughter, who wonders silently why Vernon Robinson is so angry at Mexican workers if they're all bilingual.
Make sure and check out the section on illegal workers "spitting in our faces and burning our flag" around 0:36. If you can locate any Hispanic immigrant in the flag-burning montage, you win a prize to be determined.