That is a very interesting viewpoint, and I definitely get where you're coming from. However, I think the rural population of the united states is still much larger than a lot of people seem to think it is, and there are also a surprisingly large amount of conservative city-dwellers and liberals who live in rural areas.
Also, if you're interested in an even more controversial subject, you might find that there's a reason I said my viewpoints were... odd:
I believe strongly in marriage equality. This may not seem that radical, but, in my case, it also extends to incestuous couples. So long as it is between consenting adults, I don't see anything really wrong with it. I mean, I wouldn't personally marry my sister, but I'm not gay either, and that doesn't mean I'll deny gay people the right to marry. The only real arguments against it are "ew" (which, quite honestly, doesn't seem like that much of an argument) and "But inbreeding is bad for children", which is most definitely true, but, in this age, contraceptives are cheap and readily available, not to mention the fact that some incestuous couples are homosexual or have one/both members that are sterile, and those that want children can just adopt kids, since there are plenty of kids that are up for adoption.
All of my views, however, boil down to this: in this culture, we have forgotten that it is WE THE PEOPLE that choose our government and choose our government's policies, and it is our responsibility to change our government if we do not like it. That is why I am a libertarian.