“Worse is better.”
If you have spent much time hanging out in White Nationalist circles, it is accepted as a truism that “worse is better.” In reality, “worse is better” (four years of Barack Obama and Eric “My People” Holder) turned out to be “pretty much the same” as far as the Northeast is concerned:
Has four election cycles of voting for Democrats over the course of 12 years produced any appreciable change in Northeastern political preferences? Yes, the Northeast has become almost monolithically Democratic, more liberal, and more accepting of anti-White rhetoric than it was when Bill Clinton was president.
The Northeast has become more willing to vote for non-Whites like Barack Obama, Deval Patrick, and David Patterson. It has become more willing to vote for Jews as U.S. senators, congressmen, governors, and state legislators.
“Worse” for everyone else in America (i.e, Justice Department lawsuits against Southern state immigration laws) has produced no appreciable change in anti-White sentiment in the Northeast which is suffering from an incurable case of negrophilia.