From a WNYC news report , 14 May 2012:
At the O. Henry Learning Center in the Chelsea neighborhood of Manhattan, single mother Nisha Tarrant is exasperated. Like the employees of the Hudson Guild Beacon After-School Program which her 10-year-old daughter attends, she’s been told to prepare for the program to close. “My only option will be that my daughter walk to my job and sit down at my job. That would be my only option.”
This isn’t some arrant pedant or reactionary troglodyte, desperately clinging to a moribund form: the subjunctive is a living part of this lady’s language.