Thursday, June 21, 2007

The Real American Heartland

New York City is the American heartland. Some might say it would be in Iowa, Idaho, Oklahoma, or maybe Kansas. Lots of "real Americans" live in Nebraska and Missouri as well. These are the real salt of the earth people, what America is all about.

The populations of the New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Boston metro areas (liberal evil-land) is about thirty million people. These four regions have the population of the smallest 20 states combined. New York was once the nation's capital, Boston was home to many of the founding patriots, and the site of the Boston Massacre which helped galvanize opposition to foreign rule.

If you live in a town in Nebraska with 500 people and dropping, your values are true blue American. Why is that?

Fortunately for me, I moved out of Los Angeles to a city of about 60,000 in North Carolina so technically I am a real American at last.