Midwest Towns Sour on War

“While opposition to the war has been stronger and more visible on the East and West coasts, small towns in the heartland and the South have provided the Bush administration with some of its most steadfast backers. But that support has cracked amid the echoes of graveside bagpipes and 21-gun salutes, which have been heard with greater frequency in recent months in small Midwestern communities.” [Washginton Post]

It makes one wonder how those Red State/Blue State maps of the 2004 election would look today.