Wikipedia isn't exactly a bastion of truth. It is also suspect, and prints opinions supposedly "verified" by the authors. This all sounds like a bit of paranoia to me. Liberals could say the same thing about conservatives that the conservatives are accusing the liberals of. Even if the Mikkelsons are a "mom & pop" operation with no experience in investigative research, that doesn't necessarily discredit their work on snopes.com. Heck, Obama got elected President of the USA with less than 2 years of experience as a senator. For now, I'll still check snopes for reliability....but I'm not drinking Dr. Pepper because they subliminally print atheist quotes on their cans. I know this is true because my second counsin's sister's neighbor's hair dresser had a client who told her.
Wait a minute, Dr. Pepper too. I knew that Proctor and Gamble did it but had not heard about DP. I know that the owner's or P&G are satan worshipers because my sister's Sunday School teacher told her that 30+ years ago and that was before Snopes or the Internet so it has to be true.