Regular readers to this blog have already seen my "red" state - "blue" state breakdown by county.
While Ohio went "blue" this election, the state by county, looks very much the same as it did in 2004.
All the state's urban centers are blue and the rural, suburban counties are red. (I can't seem to print a hard copy yet but link to it here).
So once again, I throw the challenge out to the libs out there. What's so wonderful about life in Cleveland, Dayton, Cincinnati, Toledo, Akron, Canton, Youngstown?
Is it the murders?
Maybe the high taxes?
Maybe it's the flight of people out of those areas?
What about those great schools?
Or the unemployment?
Run down properties?
The homeless population?
I'm still waiting on a lib to tell me what exactly is it that makes all these urban centers, run by democrats for generations, so wonderful to live in.
The fact is, liberals have turned our cities into cesspools and now that they have the Axis of Taxes (Obama, Pelosi, Reid) working overtime in DC to advance their liberal policies, they'll turn our country into the United States of Youngstown in no time.
PS.... For those who are looking at the map and see rural Athens county in the blue. Just remember they have the noble distinction of having the highest population of people living in poverty.
What's so "progressive" about turning our country into Gary, Indiana?