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Michelle Malkin has saved us...

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from Rachael Ray's hateful Islamic terrorist, um, scarf.

I'm not kidding. You've got to read this to believe it. Click on the link.

Just how ridiculous is Michelle Malkin, anyway?

I guess the only thing more ridiculous is the fact that the Dunkin' Donuts company gave in to Malkin and took the ad down.

You know, brave defenders of the first amendment over at Dunkin' Donuts, this sort of reaction just empowers vapid pious pompadours like Michelle Malkin to do more things like this both to get attention and to provoke a reaction.

Wow. I really don't know what else to say.

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Submitted by myiq2xu on

I mentioned on other site the Malkin will probably be checking to see what type of countertops RR has at home, and someone made a comment that her countertops were probably dirty because RR posed for pictures while sitting on them and dressed in a skimpy outfit.

Imagine my surprise to discover that my dreamgirl had posed for FHM magazine a few years ago!

I of course googled and found these pictures online and, yes, the kitchen counters in the photos do look somewhat unsanitary.

RR looks kinda dirty too.

“Rules are not necessarily sacred,
principles are.”
- Franklin D. Roosevelt

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Submitted by Swift Loris on

...a touch of sarcasm in the wording of Myers's statement:

"However, as of this past weekend, we are no longer using the online ad because the possibility of misperception detracted from its original intention to promote our iced coffee."

That is, the misperception that an ad for iced coffee was surreptitiously being used to promote terrorism. (snort)

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Submitted by OxyCon on

And Bill Clinton hates black people and Hillary has secret plans to knock Obama off.

I've always thought very little of Michelle Malkin, but from what I've seen, she's a lightwieght compared to Markos Molitsas, John Aravosis, Josh Michelle Marshall(*oops, Freudian slip), Arianna Huffington and their likes.

What's worse, getting worked up over an Arab scarf or flipping the f*ck out and literally making shit up in order to destroy long standing, invaluable members of your own political party?

Malkin is small change.

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Submitted by Davidson on

That's what I thought when I first heard this story: how quaint. Malkin seems downright balanced compared to the sheer insanity hurled by the fauxgressives. It's to the point where I expect--any day now--to hear a report of how Clinton is sending out morse code messages with her blinking eyes to various white supremacist groups.

Knowing her, she probably is doing it through anagrams! And what about those colored scarves?! She-devil, indeed!

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Submitted by BDBlue on

I cannot believe they pulled the ad over some whacked thing Michelle Malkin said. Even crazy wingers seem to realize she's a joke and yet the ad gets pulled.

This is one fucked up country.

Submitted by jawbone on

I remember when my nephew was in HS and was out here visiting me in NJ, along with his family. We all went into NYC, and he fell in love with the scarves being hawked by vendors -- and worn all over the place. Went home with two, one black design, the other red.

We all thought it was majorally cool.

My brother also allowed to him to go off by himself to see a move which wouldn't make it to WI for ages, if ever. His mother was freaked that he would go on the subway by himself. All went well, and he loved the movie. My SIL survived the trauma.

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Submitted by tom on

Can we have one comment thread that doesn't involve strained -- if not downright silly -- connections drawn between the Obama-Clinton contest and the topic of the post?


You guys are starting to remind me of the Obamaphiles who do the same thing -- particularly that nimrod who runs Buzzflash. You should've read an e-mail he sent me once telling me how Hillary was threatening the existence of the free world or some such claptrap. It read like the ravings of a lunatic. You guys are nearing that territory.

Please just give it a rest -- for just five minutes. You'll feel better.

Submitted by cg.eye on

Nutbars are nutbars, and their crunchy goodness should be explored whenever possible.

Not. One. Step. Back.

Wanna aspirin? Looks like you've got a headache coming on.

PS They will take my kaffiyehs out of my cold, dead hands. My rainbow one is quite fetching....

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Submitted by Sarah on

listened to?

OTOH, it is a nice relief from the Clinton/Obama wars....

We can admit that we're killers ... but we're not going to kill today. That's all it takes! Knowing that we're not going to kill today! ~ Captain James T. Kirk, Stardate 3193.0

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Submitted by Pat J on

in a word n.u.t.s. Rachel Rae could be wearing a mongoose around her neck and I did not notice until Michele Malkin pointed it out.

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Submitted by Aeryl on

Comment moved to here

I just looked at how long at was, and figured it worked as its own post.

Bill Clinton for First Dude!!!

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Submitted by herb the verb on

This one might be par 4.

0.) Rachel Ray wears a scarf for a Dunkin Donut commercial.
1.) Palestinians wear scarfs.
2.) Palestinians are muslims.
3.) Muslims are Terrorists.
4.) Dunkin Donuts supports Terrorists.

I think the higher the par, the "better".

Am I right?


Good night and good riddance!

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Submitted by scarshapedstar on

'Nuff said. Not like this story will make headlines anyhow. Facepalms all around.

But I still believe
And I will rise up with fists!!

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Submitted by Voodoo Chile on

If they had any Dunkin' Donuts on the west coast, I'd surely boycott them! Absolutely absurd

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Submitted by BDBlue on

Instead of condemning Rachel Ray, Malkin should celebrate her. In the battle for hearts and minds, she's found the perfect weapon - fried dough. Who can think of suicide bombings with a nice chocolate glazed donut in front of them?

Far from abetting the terrorists, Ms. Ray has found a way to undermine them. Who cares about virgins in heaven when there are donuts in the here and now. Mmmm, donuts.

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Submitted by myiq2xu on

cuz my last post didn't appear. That's creepy because I mentioned a conspiracy and suddenly my voice is silenced.

ZOMG! Krispy Kreme is more powerful than I suspected!

“Rules are not necessarily sacred,
principles are.”
- Franklin D. Roosevelt

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Submitted by tom on

just this morning -- and in a very serious tone. At no point did they even laugh. I don't know how they pulled it off -- but it tells you a lot about our media, doesn't it?

Submitted by lambert on

... but it doesn't tell me anything I don't already know.

[x] Any (D) in the general. [ ] ?????. [ ] Any mullah-sucking billionaire-teabagging torture-loving pus-encrusted spawn of Cthulhu, bless his (R) heart.