I think that @QatzelOk 's feelings can be best summed up by these two songs .
As to my thoughts , I don't believe that there is just one way to be "country" . To claim otherwise would lead to the no true Scotsman fallacy
. I do see some value in some aspects of the volkisch movement
, and of course am against other aspects , such as anti-Semitism , and other forms of ethnocentrism . And , in addition , I happen to disagree with such things as homeopathy
. Although to be fair , QatzelOK , like many people , might have been using the term in a broader , albeit incorrect way , to refer to naturopathy
, more generally . Basically , I just favor the arts and crafts movement
, along with the communitarian
values of solidarity
, and subsidiarity
. And as someone who was born , and in part raised , in the woodland of Pennsylvania , I do not believe that @Victoribus Spolia altogether represents the sentiments of rural Pennsylvanians , even those whom are Republicans. In contrast to others on the right , their worldview is by and large , in my estimation , a type of " crunchy conservatism"
. For instance , it is my impression that , in Georgist
fashion , Pennsylvanian peasants tend to see land as not being something that one can rightly own as private property , but rather as being the domain of God whom created it . So therefore they will not be so inclined to be territorial , like if for instance someone passes through their yards , while hiking through the woods . Pennsylvania calls itself a commonwealth
for a reason . I admire this down home approach to societal relations .