Don't come to Indiana and try to change Hoosiers

2013-09-18T00:00:00Z Don't come to Indiana and try to change Hoosiers
September 18, 2013 12:00 am

I'm reading remarks from people who moved from other states, usually our friendly state to the west. They come here to Indiana and try to change us to what they already ruined with their closed-mind voting. Look at Chicago and tell me we are the ones not aware of the system gone bad.

Hoosiers welcome new people, but don't come in and try to get us to live like you did before coming here.

Just because we don't agree with the president doesn't mean we are racist, but if you cannot see where his administration is leading us, I say you need to wake up and smell the roses!

It is not Democrats or Republicans destroying this nation. It is liberals and socialists that are the problem in both parties.

- Charlie VanCleef, Chesterton

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