Remember a few days back when we noted that Malkin always pulls the same tricks? Having implicated Dunkin’ Donuts in a jihadi neckwear conspiracy, she’s now casting her scouring fish eye upon Subway, the sandwich chain.
Subway sandwich shop: “No home schools will be accepted.”
By Michelle Malkin
May 25, 2008 08:17 AM
The Subway sandwich corporation is holding a story-writing contest for kids. You can win athletic equipment, gift baskets, or sandwich shop cash cards.
Except if you’re a homeschooled student in the “Untied (sic) States.”
Perhaps they fear the homeschooled students will call attention to all their spelling errors. Looks like the Subway marketing department ought to hire a few homeschoolers to help them out.
I vote for this essay. Touché.
Ah, but watch how the message changed when it passed through Malkin. Here’s what she left out from the contest rules:
Enter the Every Sandwich Tells a Story Contest for a chance to win great prizes for your child’s school!
Here’s what you could win:
1 Grand Prize Winner:
– Athletic equipment for your child’s school ($5,000 value)
– Scholastic Gift Bastket (sic) for your home
– SUBWAY Card ($100 value)
– See your story published on www.subwaykids.com and in Scholastic Parent and Child magazine.
(Emphasis ours, by the way.) This was not misunderstood by the homeschooling magazine from which she got the story:
The presumed rationale for the exclusion is that the grand prize is athletic equipment for a school and that “home schools” aren’t organized schools and that the equipment is intended for a community, not a family.
But when Malkin was done removing contextual information from the story, it was processed and ready for pickup by her readership of angry, paranoid buffoons. The Subway fast-food chain was discriminating against homeschoolers for no apparent reason, evidently from bigotry alone, seemingly out of petty-minded liberal spite. It was yet another example of the daily insult inflicted by liberals upon the majority of normal, decent Americans — i.e., themselves (i.e., a minority of angry, paranoid buffoons).
Why, here comes one now:
(Updated) Michelle Malkin reports, “The Subway sandwich corporation is holding a story-writing contest for kids. You can win athletic equipment, gift baskets, or sandwich shop cash cards. Except if you’re a homeschooled student…”
Doctor’s Associates Inc., which owns and operates Subway, typifies an American corporation with an international bent toward subverting the U.S. Constitution and acting as socialism’s change agent. Don’t believe it? Check out its “Helping Society” page, outlining its “diversity” and “going green” policies, as well as it’s commitment to to only dealing with “business partners” adhere to the same practices.
Yep, because McCain’s people have no other motivation for deciding not to to invite a disaster-prone, big-mouthed conspiracy lunatic like Michelle Malkin onto their conference calls. It also certainly has nothing to do with the minuscule, indeed barely-admissible consideration that she publicly despises McCain as a traitor to conservatism who is controlled by Hispanic supremacists. And now it’s soup, no less. After coffee, donuts, and sandwiches, have we reached the first course of a Dinner Intifada?
Oh my God, YES WE HAVE…