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Chicago Sun-Times columnist Mark Brown suggested
over the weekend that Barack Obama might fare better with Indiana voters if Obama werenÃ¢??t from Illinois.
Indiana folks think of Illinois Ã¢??as the land of hoods and thugs,Ã¢?? Brown said. Illinois people for that matter regard Indiana
as a Ã¢??toxic waste siteÃ¢?? populated with hicks and rubes.
In short, neither state likes the other. Ã¢??Sometimes it seems our only common ground is a mutual lack of affection for Northwest
Indiana,Ã¢?? he said.
In a day when Indiana people trek to Chicago for recreation, is ObamaÃ¢??s home state an issue for Indiana voters?