GRETCHEN DEFINES "REDNECK"

What is a redneck? Allow the group's most cherished spokesperson - "Redneck Woman" Gretchen Wilson - to give her definition. "Being a redneck is just a way of life," said Gretchen in a recent 60 Minutes interview with Ed Bradley. "It's where I came from. I don't think you have to live in a trailer park to be a redneck. I don't think you have to drive a truck to be a redneck. To me, redneck is a lot deeper than that. It's knowing how to live with what you have, not worrying about having what you don't have."

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