I was going to post something about the Dunkin' Donuts/Rachael Ray scarf nonsense the other day, but then decided that it was so incredibly stupid, it didn't warrant a waste of my limited typing skills.
But when companies cave to lunatics, it's worth pointing out.
Perpetually angry and famously whiny blogger Michelle Malkin freaked out when she saw Ray in a scarf that Malkin's xenophobic mind somehow processed as "terroristic".
Malkin is a fringe figure who recently swore off Starbucks because they were too, um, whatever an idiot like Michelle Malkin imagines they were, I guess.
So off to Dunkin' Donuts she sashayed, claiming they are "anti-illegal immigration" or some such non-issue.
As reported in the Boston Globe, Dunkin' Donuts originally was sane about this B.S., claiming Ray's black-and-white wrap was not a keffiyeh, as Malkin breathlessly implied. But the right-wing drumbeat on the blogosphere continued and by yesterday, Dunkin' Donuts decided it'd be easier just to yank the ad.
Like fingernails on a blackboard, the mindless Malkin chimes in: