This is the sort of trouble you're asking for when you go sliding down the all-initial-caps slope:
The Employee Freedom Action Committee (EFAC) continued its $30 million dollar¹ campaign with a new television advertisement premiering during tonight’s Presidential Debate coverage. EFAC is spending $2 million airing the ad which, in addition to running during tonight’s debate, will run heavily in seven states that EFAC has been targeting since May. The campaign has criticized Senators and candidates who support the Employee Free Choice Act (EFCA).
Got that? The EFAC is criticizing the EFCA, getting all up in its FACE, you might say.
Still, it was nice to see 1972 presidential candidate George McGovern, now 86, taking a righteous stand in the ad. Even though I still have no idea who's on first.
Read the story and watch the ad at LaborPains.org.
¹ Sic. You don't need "dollar" when you use the dollar symbol.