The Polish tourism board last week unveiled a new ad campaign mocking the French stereotype about Poles. French politicians campaigning against their country’s ratification of the E.U. constitution last month often invoked the specter of the “Polish plumber” who would come to take away French jobs. So Poland’s new tourism poster features a studly blond plumber brandishing a wrench and saying, “I’m staying here. Come visit.”
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