Scott Hardie | January 1, 2002
Fast food joints and gas stations have been putting many patriotic statements on their signs in the past few months, but they should be careful what they put up there with them. Case in point, the local Burger King sign reads: "MUFFINS ARE HERE! GOD BLESS AMERICA"


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