That's the title of this charming little website. It's not really a website, actually, so much as a one page rant, the driving theme of which is: Blue states = Northeast America = Good. Red states = The South = Bad.
I won't lie--some of the rant is sort of funny (although maybe that's because I'm a Yankee at heart).
But here's my question: Much of the "liberal elite" reaction to the election (see Ted Rall, Michael Kinsley, et al) has settled on this being a North vs. South split. Which is true, except for the other parts of the country that voted for Bush, too: the Midwest, the Great Plains, the Mountain West, and the Southwest.
What should really concern Democrats is that Pennsylvania, Minnesota, and even Wisconsin seem to be trending more and more Republican. If Democrats have to wage pitched battles in these states, it's going to be very difficult for them to win elections.
Sour Democrats should stop obsessing about the South and start worrying about their problems in the rest of the country.
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