A few months ago, someone could accurately estimate your stance on gay marriage by where you went to eat chicken sandwiches. Now, someone can know who you're voting for in November by what's written on your coffee, soda or Slurpee cup from 7-Eleven. Who needs yard signs and bumper stickers anymore?
In addition to gaining profit from common political passion, the Dallas-based and largest, international convenience-store chain is utilizing the sales of these cups to preview the polls.
Political passion, as it seems, is spilling into every aspect of American life, and 7-Eleven, while potentially fanning some dangerous proverbial flames, seemingly isn't taking a party's side. Perhaps they want to be tax-exempt?
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