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This group makes up America's Heartland – the slice of America with good old fashioned traditional values, values that were never lost by the farmers of our country.
These values have also been preserved by the cowboys and cowgirls who still live on the edge, nature lovers who don’t take the outdoors for granted even though it is free, and horse lovers, ag students, and other animal lovers.
) As for small-town or country Christianity: I was baptized a Lutheran, and attended various churches (either with family or friends) growing up: Lutheran, Methodist, Baptist (both Southern and Fundamentalist), Church of Christ, even Mormon (with my high-school boyfriend).
These were all pleasant places for me, focusing more on one's relationship with God rather than hatred toward others, as seen on TV today by more radical right-wing church groups. (This realization was akin to learning that there was no Santa.
These values have also been preserved by the cowboys and cowgirls..." Oh yeah?
Read some history of the settlement of the US West: There was a constant political battle between the farmers who wanted boundaries for their land, and the Big Ranchers who wanted no fences so they could, with the help of their poorly paid cowboys, drive their cattle through, unobstructed.
But I can't say that they helped me become more spiritual in any way at all, which is what, even back in high school, I was trying to become. And that my university wasn't set up to help me become enlightened! Where's this in the Bible's history of the world's formation?
I was a naive child and young adult.) Plus there was the "dumb" factor in the Bible, regardless of the denomination: If God created Adam and Eve, and they had only two sons, one of whom killed the other... Cain fucked his mother, and we're all a product of incest? (And that's just the most basic beginning of the ongoing ignorance in the book.
This group makes up America's Heartland – the slice of America with good old fashioned traditional values, values that were never lost by the farmers of our country. Until I started breaking down their statements: RE "Two groups of people in America." Hmmm. Raising animals: This is fine if you're just raising cows for the milk and/or chickens for the eggs. Unless it's completely phony, a smile hiding sadistic tendencies, which unfortunately is often the actual case.
And in cities of 60,000; 600,000; 850,000; and 8 million. But "lawyers and financiers" make up a VERY small portion of city-dwellers. (And if the police are FINALLY called, they refuse to do anything...
because the perpetrator's "name is on the mailbox"!
Group one revolves around four dollar cups of coffee, taxi cabs, blue suits, and getting ahead at all costs in the corporate world.
We started Farmers in 2005 because, the way we see it, there are basically two groups in America.