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This undated photo made available by Cadillac shows the 2014 Cadillac ELR. (AP Photo/Cadillac, Richard Prince)
Watch Ford spoof that much-criticized Cadillac commercial
First Published Mar 31 2014 09:45 am • Last Updated Mar 31 2014 09:45 am

A new Ford commercial takes a dig at Cadillac’s controversial ad that had viewers heated over a misguided message of American’s work ethic.

Watch Ford spoof that much-criticized Cadillac commercial

You know the commercial. A vaguely familiar actor who you can't quite place gazes across an infinity pool and wonders aloud: "Why do we work so hard? For what? For this? For stuff?"The man (portrayed by Neal McDonough, whose resume includes "Band of Brothers," "Justified" and "Desperate Housewives") then roams around his lavish home spouting his idea of the American dream while judging workers in other countries for taking too many vacation days.The commercial for the Cadillac ELR has stirred ...

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