According to a recent survey, Americans who believe that the Crimea is located in northwestern Illinois are much more likely to favor military intervention in Iowa.


  1. To judge by my relatives who live in Northwestern Illinois, pretty much everyone is in favor of military intervention in Iowa.

  2. Jared says:

    I have seem some scoff at the fact that those least able to locate the Crimea on a map are the most supportive of military intervention, but to me this makes perfect sense. If I were of the opinion that Russia had invaded the American Midwest, I’d want us to do something about it, too. And I’d be a bit perplexed that my fellow Americans did not share my zeal to drive the Reds back across the Russian River.

  3. John says:

    Well, what’s wrong with letting the ethnic Canadians decide if Davenport should side with Russia?

  4. Maypo says:

    Speaking as a Hoosier, I advocate wary non-interventionism.

  5. I see Timbuktu is located in the state of Misery . . .

    Jeffery Hodges

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