Thursday, May 29, 2008

Girl next door? I think not!

We always knew there was something just a bit too plastic: that perky smile, annoying laugh, and can-do attitude....not to mention her friendship with Oprah. Now it turns out that all of our suspicions were correct: FoodTV star Rachael Ray is an Islamic Jihadist sympathizer bent on destroying our way of life with her so-called 30-Minute Meals and her support of Dunkin' Donuts, supposed unwitting pawns in her plot...or were they? I always thought that powdered sugar on their donuts looked a little too much like anthrax powder. How did I gain this insight? Duh, take a look at her get up, particularly the scarf in this online ad for Dunkin' Donuts. An obvious not-so-subtle nod to the keffiyeh, a scarf preferred by Yasir Arafat and other Palestinian militants and jihadists everywhere. The point-girl for exposing Ms. Ray's secret life is right wing wack, blogger...Michelle Malkin who with her normal myopic view of the world wrote (in a quote taken from the NY Times) “The keffiyeh, for the clueless, is the traditional scarf of Arab men that has come to symbolize murderous Palestinian jihad.” Well, you can rest easy America...Dunkin' Donuts has pulled the ad so your children's eyes can concentrate on the porn and violence on their computer screens rather than the extreme exhortations of this misguided celebrity chef.

Another aside to fellow concerned Oregon residents: In this morning's Oregonian newspaper it was pointed out that in the stock photo used behind Rachael, the building in the picture is none other than our own state capitol in Salem, Oregon. Perhaps a secret targeting signal to her fellow jihadists? Hmmmm............

picture from The Oregonian


Dubya said...

I can tell by the look in her eyes that she HATES FREEDOM.

bb said...

Yet another food personality gone bad. Next up: Emeril's Jihad Jambalaya!