Rachael Ray & the Terrorist Scarf

Wed, May 28, 2008

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Leave it to the right-wingers to make a political mountain out of a fashion mole hill.

Did you all know that Rachael Ray is apparently a terrorist sympathizer? No, not because of her recipes for middle eastern cuisine.


Next thing you know, conservatives will be scrutinizing Rachael Ray’s recipe choices for her Food Network show.

Hmmmm. I hope she’s not planning on making the perfect hummus anytime soon.

When she’s not wondering how so many conservatives see a conspiracy in everything, you can find Joanne at MOMocrats, as well as at her other gigs at BlogHer and Huffington Post.

Photo from The Boston Globe.

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15 Responses to “Rachael Ray & the Terrorist Scarf”

  1. Sornie Says:

    This, among plenty of other things, is what’s wrong with America. Rather than focus on finding some common ground or debating actual topics, the right focuses on an article of clothing. Way to show the smarts.

  2. Maddy Says:

    Well well well, it seems bias and narrow mindedness wins the day again!
    Best wishes

  3. impromptublogger Says:

    Hmmm – who knew she was secretly funded by the PLO! ;-)

  4. Chicky Chicky Baby Says:

    i told myself i wasn’t going to comment on anyone’s blog until this baby came. But I read this story this morning and it ticked me off. A cigar isn’t always a cigar but a scarf is certainly just a scarf!

  5. Susan Getgood Says:

    *this* of all things is what they find important. What Rachael Ray wears in a Dunkin’ commercial.

    Although I suppose this does explain how George Bush Jr. was elected president and why anyone would ever take Mitt Romney seriously.

  6. Mom101 Says:

    Just saw this on MSNBC.

    Never thought I’d ever side with Rachel Ray. But Michelle Malkin can have that effect on a gal.

  7. anniegirl1138 Says:

    Where do they find such idiots (Fox News)? It’s no wonder people in other countries think as they do about us.

  8. Devra Says:

    Unfortunately I think the right wingers may have a point. Rachel Ray might indeed be a member of a fringe group.

    It’s obvious.

    That scarf definitely has fringes. I can see them.

    Dammit.

  9. Sarah, Goon Squad Sarah Says:

    This is still blowing my mind.

  10. Dave Says:

    Dunkin Donuts pulled the commercial and posted a comment on http://Jewneric.com after the initial post on May 23 about the “Scarf”

  11. Amy in Ohio Says:

    Crazy – but I am craving one of those iced coffees now.

  12. Anali Says:

    I’m not a RR fan, but come on! I couldn’t believe this. DD is just ridiculous. But I prefer Starbucks coffee anyway. : )

  13. Kimberly Says:

    What crap!

  14. Maria Says:

    RR really kind of annoys the crap out of me, but goodness. This entire fiasco is nothing more that over-reactionary fear-mongering.


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