More signs of insanity…

Who is our first level of defence against the godless terrorists?

The F.B.I.?

C.S.I.S.??

The Department of Homeland Stupidity?

This week it is those tireless souls at Dunkin’ Donuts who man the thin line between civilization and chaos.  Yes it’s true, those seemingly harmless purveyors of fried lard and watery Latte saved us from the terror that is Rachael Ray. 

It seems Ms. Ray is secretly Osama Bin Laden’s fellow traveller.  And she was exposed as such in a recent Dunkin Donuts ad where she is wearing a terrorist scarf around her traitorous neck. 

Rachael Ray Wanted for Treason.Thank goodness that vigilant members of the crack right wingnut squad saw the ad and were able to notify Dunkin Donuts in time before many minds were corrupted.

On Faux News, columnist Michelle Malkin observed that the scarf,  “has come to symbolize murderous Palestinian jihad. Popularized by Yasser Arafat and a regular adornment of Muslim terrorists appearing in beheading and hostage-taking videos, the apparel has been mainstreamed by both ignorant (and not-so-ignorant) fashion designers, celebrities, and left-wing icons.”

And to think that a popular cooking and talk show host attempted to slip one past us.  The consequences might have been dire…  Hordes of brainwashed customers might have beseiged Dunkin’s, demanding IED’s with their Vanilla Sprinkles and Latte lites.  America would have been in peril. 

However, those brave souls at Dunkin’ Donuts quickly jumped to the paraphets to protect us from this terrorist onslaught.   And you have to ask yourself, in the same circumstance would Krispy Kreme or Tim Horton’s have done the same?

As for Ms. Ray? 

Well I imagine that a few weeks locked away down in Guantanamo Bay will be all she needs to discover what happens when you try to use the media to subvert our democracy and freedom. 

One wonders if she will act so perky down on all fours wearing a dog collar.

Just another day in the absurd states of paranoid “Amerca“.

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