Charles Johnson notes, and many readers have e-mailed about, Dunkin Donuts’ spokeswoman Rachel Ray’s clueless sporting of a jihadi chic keffiyeh in a recent DD ad campaign. I’m hoping her hate couture choice was spurred more by ignorance than ideology.
Is Ray’s blunder worth boycotting DD over? I’ll be interested to hear the company’s take. At this point, I’m going to give the management the benefit of the doubt. They have braved boycott threats and attacks over their lonely, principled stance against illegal immigration. Given their pro-rule of law, America first position, I highly doubt the executive offices are filled with moonbats who endorse Ray’s keffiyeh chic.
While we’re on the subject of donuts, I highly recommend a visit to The Fractured Prune if you’re lucky enough to have one in your neighborhood. (Check here.) I took my newly-minted preschool graduate to the one in Towson to celebrate this morning.
They specialize in hot, hand-dipped, made-to-order donuts that are pure heaven.
No politics. Just sticky, sweet goodness fresh from the oven:
Commenter John Ansell writes: “DD should just bring the one fat guy back to do their ads.”
Here’s the classic ad for old time’s sake:blog comments powered by Disqus
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