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As the economy worsens it is the "city folk" who are going to be in the saddest shape. Many of them will be moving out to "the farms" just to have food. They will then learn about "true life" the way city kids learn when mom and dad take them to visit grandma and grandpa. Finally it will be time for them to "grow up" and learn the lessons that "heartland America" lives with everyday.

I have often opined about how "city dwellers" do not live in a "real world" because EVERYTHING around them is "man made".
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As the economy worsens it is the "city folk" who are going to be in the saddest shape. Many of them will be moving out to "the farms" just to have food. They will then learn about "true life" the way city kids learn when mom and dad take them to visit grandma and grandpa. Finally it will be time for them to "grow up" and learn the lessons that "heartland America" lives with everyday.

I have often opined about how "city dwellers" do not live in a "real world" because EVERYTHING around them is "man made".
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As the economy worsens it is the "city folk" who are going to be in the saddest shape. Many of them will be moving out to "the farms" just to have food. They will then learn about "true life" the way city kids learn when mom and dad take them to visit grandma and grandpa. Finally it will be time for them to "grow up" and learn the lessons that "heartland America" lives with everyday.

I have often opined about how "city dwellers" do not live in a "real world" because EVERYTHING around them is "man made".
This is ridiculous as well. Country folks are better then city folks? And I assume you suggest that republicans are country and democrats are city. So obviosly them country dwellers are better. Geeez you guys really do live in a world of stereotypes. Everyone fits into your little boxes of reality.
Geeeez where do you live? You must be a country folk because you seem to think you are smarter then city folk. Damn I hate it when people judge others based on little more then an overblown and overexagerated opinion of themselves. We are all Americans. City, country whatever. Mayberry doesn't exist floyd.
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Heartland of America starts at one coast and ends at the other. Kansans are no more American or patriotic then Chief petty officer Nicholas Ramirez. My nephew. And he is of Mexican disent. And he was born in Seattle. Now tell me why a Kansan is better the Nick? I would love to hear how that works. Heartland shmartland.
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Heartland of America starts at one coast and ends at the other. Kansans are no more American or patriotic then Chief petty officer Nicholas Ramirez. My nephew. And he is of Mexican disent. And he was born in Seattle. Now tell me why a Kansan is better the Nick? I would love to hear how that works. Heartland shmartland.
How nice.. You twist a simple statement to try and make it worth debate. Nice liberal move.

So why not spend the time to learn the obvious....

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heartland: meaning and definitions Infoplease.comheartland: Definition and Pronunciation. ... 2. any central area, as of a state, nation, or continent:
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Sorry you took it personally. I just thought you were siding with the idea that where you live makes you somehow a better or more complete American. Can you see where I would have gotten that impression?
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Sorry you took it personally. I just thought you were siding with the idea that where you live makes you somehow a better or more complete American. Can you see where I would have gotten that impression?
More BS.... One need not think about what I am saying, I try to be plain and basic.

If you have to think about it. Why not trying to form a question and ask me what I mean.

Or would that be to simple for you and the rest of the liberals here...

You got that impression out of thin air... Where most Liberal ideas/policies are formed.
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More BS.... One need not think about what I am saying, I try to be plain and basic.

If you have to think about it. Why not trying to form a question and ask me what I mean.

Or would that be to simple for you and the rest of the liberals here...

You got that impression out of thin air... Where most Liberal ideas/policies are formed.
OK how ever you like it
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