Pennsylvanians Aren't Bitter; They're P-ssed Off 

I lived for many years in Pennsylvania, the battleground state currently being fought over by Democratic presidential candidates Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama. There was a saying when I lived there (later expropriated by James Carville) that Pennsylvania consisted of Pittsburgh on one end, Philadelphia on the other, and Alabama in between.

There is some truth to that. Pennsylvania has the largest rural population in America ...

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