Waffles with a side of scandal, please

Waffle House in Georgia gave Ralph Reed -- and no one else as far as we can tell -- permission to post political signs at their restaurants.

Here's the letter, courtesy of PeachPundit.com (it's a pdf file).

Here's the letter we sent to the State Ethics Commission in Georgia asking to investigate the Waffle House letter to see if their policy constitutes an illegal campaign contribution.

Waffles? Well, if the syrup sticks.

Ralph Reed was against gambling calling it a cancer before he took millions from Abramoff to lobby for casinos.

Any other suggestions?