You're afraid that government's going to be run like one of the most successful businesses in US history?
If by "successful" you mean poisoning their customers, avoiding billions in US taxes, and contributing to the overall obesity epidemic in the US, then, yeah, sure. That sounds like a perfect business model for the US government.
It's a commonly stated fact that McDonald's food just doesn't go bad, and there are numerous examples of McDonald's burgers old enough to remember the first season of The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air still looking perfectly palatable. As if that wasn't worrying enough, when McDonald's food is left out in the open, even bugs and flies won't attempt to eat it. It says a lot when creatures known mostly for converging around piles of horse excrement won't touch your food.
McDonald's has always maintained that the reason their burgers enjoy Ric Flair levels of longevity is because there's very little moisture in them. While this is accurate, McDonald's leavse out the reason their food contains so little moisture. Luckily, actual scientists not wearing golden arches on their labcoats have a simple answer. McDonald's food is laden with so much fat, sugar and salt that they're effectively immune to the effects of spoilage under normal circumstances. Meaning that under the right conditions, McDonald's food could outlive anyone reading this and still be edible.