Rudy is getting it from all quarters this week. Now, Italian-American leaders want him to cut out his Godfather shtick.
“It’s unfortunate for him to make light of a stereotype that creates a lot of discomfort for millions of other Italian-Americans,” said Dona De Sanctis of the Order Sons of Italy in America. “We would hope that Mr. Giuliani would try to find humor in other aspects of his candidacy rather than his Italian heritage that way.
“We don’t think it’s funny,” she said of such jokes. “We stopped laughing a long time ago.”
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