OK, so you think "The best fast food in America" is an oxymoron because, really, there is no good fast food. But, of course, you'd be wrong.
Consider No. 5 on this list, a Skyline three-way, which is a delicacy in Cincinnati and not really "fast food," although it is served rather quickly. For some perverted reason, the authors recommend that you order it "inverted," which I've never heard of and which looks disgusting in the slide show. But a three-way from Skyline (not competitor Gold Star) is really good, especially if you make it a four-way and add onions. Skip the beans, which would make it a five-way. That's over the top, and beans take away from the essence of Cincinnati chili.
Most strangers to The Nati make the mistake of comparing Cincinnati chili to real chili, which is an honest mistake, given the similarity of the names and the fact that we refer to the restaurants as "chili parlors." Try it -- which, of course, you should -- and you'll quickly discover that Cincinnati chili isn't chili, but a sort of Greek spaghetti. Nectar of the gods, actually.
Probably the worst listing on this list is McDonald's French fries. If you must eat French fries (frites, in France) -- which I would not recommend -- you should go for the ones at Rally's, which are more substantial and are coated with a nice seasoning. Our Greyhounds are very fond of French fries when we're on the road, but they especially like the ones from Rally's. Greyhounds have excellent taste, considering that they're dogs. And they are very polite.