(Sorry about all the parenthetical comments).
Well, I recently found a person who endorsed Obama and should change the minds of all undecided voters. John Mellencamp [yes, the John Mellencamp] has recently endorsed Barack Obama:
John Mellencamp is small town America (and visa versa)! By way of extension, therefore, small town America just endorsed for Barack Obama! And, if what I've been hearing from the Republicans is correct, this means an endorsement from real America (not the fake America of the city folk, with their half-cafe, no foam, soy lattes).
In case you aren't convinced that Mellencamp represents small towns, just read the lyrics to his song, "small town"*:
Well I was born in a small townAnd he goes on to mention small towns another dozen or so times. I'm not entirely sure, but I believe that this song very well may hold the record for "most mentions of the phrase 'small town' in a song." Given this fact, I believe that he must represent all small town persons.
And I live in a small town
Probly die in a small town
Oh, those small communities
All my friends are so small town
My parents live in the same small town
My job is so small town
Provides little opportunity
And, Sarah Palin said it best: "we grow good people in our small towns." (I think this might be the first time anyone has ever said "Sarah Palin said it best.") Therefore, Obama was also just endorsed by good people.
So, to all the undecided voters out there, just remember, a vote for Obama is a vote for the real America, wherein good people reside, and where they eat real lettuce: iceberg/head lettuce.
(Again, sorry about all the parentheses.)
*If you don't know the song, just sing these words to the tune of "Jack and Diane"; it is virtually the same song, with only slightly different words.