Source: For South, a Waning Hold on Politics, November 11, 2008, The New York Times
Background: Southerners aren't happy about Obama winning the election.
Don Dollar, the administrative assistant at City Hall, said bitterly that anyone not upset with Mr. Obama’s victory should seek religious forgiveness.
“This is a community that’s supposed to be filled with a bunch of Christian folks,” he said. “If they’re not disappointed, they need to be at the altar.”