Sign at a hot dog stand stirs political controversy
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The upcoming presidential election has many stressed and voicing their opinions, even if they're not in politics. This hot dog stand, for example, is getting in on the action.
New York Daily News opinion editor Josh Greenman shared the sign on Twitter:
The sign calls for people to respect each other because, "Children who are allowed to behave as they wish without any consequence become Donald Trump."
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The tweet generated hundreds of likes and retweets. Some appreciated the sign:
Others, however, were upset by it:
Regardless of one's opinion, the sign certainly caught people's attention.