(h/t Chris) Well, given that Malkin and LGF are getting their collective knickers in a bunch over Rachael Ray wearing a fringed scarf in a recent ad
May 24, 2008

(h/t Chris)

Well, given that Malkin and LGF are getting their collective knickers in a bunch over Rachael Ray wearing a fringed scarf in a recent ad for Dunkin' Donuts, shall we hear calls from them to boycott the McCain campaign, as it is quite clear from these photos that McCain's daughter and blog-mistress is showing her sympathy for them "terrists" and Ay-rabs like that them Yasser Arafat?

And as C&Ler Sean points out, the "Keffiyeh is also called a Shemagh and is used by almost every military force in the Middle East right now. You can buy it at most Army-Navy stores and is very popular amongst British, Australian, and US troops. It is not only used by the troops to help cover their mouths and faces during sand storms, but worn as a scarf to prevent suburn along the back of their necks during the day."

So what say you, Charles Johnson and Jesse, er...Michelle Malkin? Will you accuse the troops of sympathizing with the enemy and "mainstreaming terrorism"?

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