Florida Democratic candidate for U.S. Senate Kendrick Meek attacked his no-party candidate opponent, Gov. Charlie Crist, for changing his position on the “don’t ask, don’t tell” policy.

The ad spoofs the trademark sound effect from Law & Order, which NBC is canceling at the end of the year:

Republican candidate for U.S. Senate Marco Rubio also attacked Gov. Crist for changing his position.

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