He's a real candidate with a seemingly unreal campaign.

Dan Adler, who's trying to take the open seat vacated by ex-Rep. Jane Harman in California's 36th District -- the South Bay area of Los Angeles -- has offered up his religion as a reason to vote for him.

In what may alternately be viewed as parody, downright offensiveness or simple sweetness, Adler's newest campaign ad has gone viral for its direct take on ethnic politics.

The ad shows Adler convincing a Korean dry cleaner concerned about Medicare that he's got her interests at heart in part because they can relate -- he's married to a Korean woman.

After she notes he's Jewish, the dry cleaner agrees, "We minorities should stick together."

Read more: California Congressional Candidate Asks 'Minorities' Like Him to 'Stick Together' - FoxNews.com

I don't know if this guy is trying to be funny but that was hilarious!