Al From, the head of the Democratic Leadership Council, has released a statement celebrating "a broad and deep Democratic win."

Fair enough. But he goes on to conclude:

"If Democrats act as problem solvers, not polarizers, that future will be very bright. That last point was underscored by Joe Lieberman's re-election victory in Connecticut, which helps solidify the Democratic Party's credentials as a broad, inclusive coalition able to compete for the vital center of American politics."

Gee, I seem to remember reading something about Lieberman losing the Democratic primary, and that being a signal that the party was too ideological and unyielding.