Thursday, May 29, 2008

It's too late baby now, although you really did try to make it and by "it" I mean you really did try to make us believe your bull sh*t

It's too late Scotty boy. No one believes your self serving self aggrandizing memoir. You stood there at the podium for years and you told us lies and you knew they were lies you fat doughy bastard. And you know what? Millions of people died because of your lies and the way you covered up for your boss. Some people simply refuse to lie but you chose to stay the course so you could write a tell all book later. And speaking of your book, who do you think is going to buy this piece of crap? People on the left hate you because you were the mouth piece for the criminal Bush administration and people on the right hate you for spilling the beans on your criminal boss. Your book makes as much sense as Mary Cheney's misguided trip into the literary world. Generally people don't like to read books by traitors and liars, along with the aforementioned Mary Cheney example I would refer you to the writings of Ezra Pound after his arrest for treason and the works other liars such as Jayson Blair and Stephen Glass.

I hope you enjoy your new life being hated by all. You are no better than the Uncle Tom's who helped prop up Jim Crow in the south, no better than the Jewish Kapos who lead their own people to death, no better than the power mad greed crazed men and women who started the war of terror on Afghanistan and Iraq, you know Scott, they're ones who were your former bosses. I hope your dreams are haunted by the millions of dead, wounded, maimed, and injured people who have suffered more than you'll ever know because of the war of terror you helped bring about.
It's too late for you Dunkin Donuts. It's not like I'll ever eat your food again since my heart attack but even if I was starving and your shit was the only food on earth I'd give it a pass. And you know why. It's because you caved to the American Taliban on the Rachel Ray ad.

Mike Malkin and her gang of right wing bullies scared you into pulling that ad where the annoying Rachel Ray, whom I despise not because she wears scarves that Mike Malkin objects to, no I despise her because she is a talentless hack who grates on my last nerve, was wearing a fringed scarf. When you make your business decisions based on the delusions of a right wing harpy then you are seriously insane.

I'm going to call now for a boycott of your stores and your products until you bring back that ad. So dear readers, if you have a Dunkin Donuts in your area, boycott them and encourage others to do the same. After all they pulled an ad because some right wing nuts claimed was endorsing "terrorist chic" when there are plenty of pictures of right wing woman actually wearing what they accuse Rachel Ray of wearing:
Here's Bush McCain's daughter in a keffiyeh.
And here's the little terrorist lover with her beaming mother. Did we hear a peep out of Mike Malkin when Ms. Bush McCain the younger wore a keffiyeh? Nope. Did Mike Malkin call for a boycott of Bush McCain because his daughter is sleeping with and aiding and abetting terrorists? Nope.And her father, seen here speaking in front of the Vietnamese flag, who is a staunch supporter of the misguided war in Iraq never made his daughter take off her keffiyeh or repudiate it.
And let's not forget the terrorist lover in chief, Laura "I ran over a man while I was drunk driving just so I could watch him die" Bush. She dons the terrorist garb whenever she can.

Up yours Scotty Mac and Dunkin Donuts. I'm boycotting you both until the end of time.

19 comments:

Mnmom said...

Words can't express my disgust with this administration.

Splotchy said...

Well, I guess I won't even ask if you're going to try Dunkin Donuts' newest creation, The Mcclellan Munchkin.

Übermilf said...

My grandma used to wear a babushka. I never thought of it as "terrorist chic," but maybe she was ahead of her time

CDP said...

Nice work, Dr. M. Dunkin' Donuts caving to that ridiculous Malkin was just astonishing to me, and I do hope that Mr. McClellan needs to use his book proceeds for his legal defense when the indictments are announced.

Unconventional Conventionist said...

Excellent work on the pics Monkerstein! I coulda found the Laura-Burka pic, but not the others. Bravo!

Dunkin Donuts should have done the same sort of homework and they obviously didn't get the memo: Malkin is screaming batshit insane and, oh by the way, irrelevant anymore.

Whiskeymarie said...

I hadn't even heard of this, but I don't go to Dunkin Donuts anyways (there are very few of them in my part of the world and I'm off donuts).

What an odd and utterly stupid thing for them to do.
Idiots.

Freida Bee said...

So, I guess Laura Bush can't be the new Dunkin Donuts spokemodel to support herself when Bush is forkin' over all his family's wealth in upcoming legal fees.

Dean Wormer said...

The only think Malkin does well: throw tantrums.

C.J. said...

Donuts don't help my quest for Danica thighs. So I will gladly girlcott them but I doubt they will notice.

As for Scotty's book. YAWN. Try telling us something we don't all already know.

kreplech said...

"And her father, seen here speaking in front of the Vietnamese flag..."

Your a clever man Mr. Monkerstein, a devious and clever man...

Bradda said...

Nice job with McCain's daughter wearing the jihadist headdress. I meant to add that in my post on this subject. Well played sir!

Suzy said...

Yes, but Dr. Monkey, what do you really think?

Arianna Huffington had a good blog post on Scotty today. I hope his book gets remaindered and fast. He doesn't deserve to make a penny off of it.

Bubs said...

You know, that's not my take on Puffy McMoonface at all, and I wish that many of us on the left would actually applaud him instead of continuing to pile on. Why? Because I get the impression that this is an example of a true believer who finally realized that he'd been made a liar by people he idolized, and now he's furiously angry. In other words, it was right to hate his guts when he was a mouthpiece, but now that he's had his come-to-Jeebus moment we should allow him his redemption.

kirby said...

For two grown women, Cindy and her daughter look way too pleased with those lame monogrammed pillows.

Distributorcap said...

i loved this post Dr M!

i wrote a letter to dunkin donuts

i am deeply disturbed that you have chosen to pull your advertisement featuring rachael ray in a scarf due to the views and opinions of an extremist bigot like michelle malkin. just to remind you, ms. malkin is also the same person who gave out the home address of a small child because he spoke up in favor of the s-chip health insurance law in an advertisement, a bill that ms. malkin was vehemently against.

is dunkin donuts management really that ignorant and easily manipulated as to think that when americans see a frilly black and white scarf worn by ms. ray, they immediately conjure up images of arab terrorism? this is irrational corporate behavior taken to an extreme i have not seen since p&g had to defend their corporate logo (about the 666 symbol) several years back. as a matter of fact it is downright scary that dunkin donuts would allow themselves to be victimized by such racist behavior. what's next – you cannot use arabica coffee beans because of the word "arab" in the name of the bean?

considering i feel your actions are completely unwarranted and actually quite ridiculous, and being that i have many choices of coffee and donuts in the morning, i have chosen to take my business to another retailer. i do not feel i can continue to be a customer of a company that is easily bullied into siding with racist bigots like michelle malkin. perhaps if you publicly reconsider your position and denounce ms. malkin's idiotic statement, i will reconsider my choice in coffee. in addition, i will also stop purchasing baskin-robbins ice cream, who knows what terror groups rocky road might be signaling?

and here is the contact link

https://www.dunkindonuts.com/aboutus/contact/Confirmation.aspx?type=5

SME said...

Don't forget Scooter Libby's literary foray - proof positive that politicians and their lackeys should not write, period.

kim said...

Monkey,

I will protest too, but can I still drink their coffee?

dguzman said...

Brilliant post, Dr. M. I love it when you get all bitter.

Mnmom said...

By the way, the Rachel Ray scarf had PAISLEY on it!! Dunkin Donuts should be ashamed. Malkin should be ashamed.