Washington (CNN) - The Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee launched a tongue-in-cheek Web site Tuesday "to provide Sarah Palin with a guide as to which of the more than 55 competitive House Republican primaries to get involved in."
The DCCC calls the site "Palin's Primaries" and "will highlight the most divisive and messiest House Republican primaries in the country."
The group claims Palin set off a "Republican Civil War" when she endorsed Doug Hoffman, the Conservative Party candidate in New York's Republican-leaning 23rd congressional district, over Republican candidate Dede Scozzafava last October. Scozzafava bowed out of the race and supported Democrat Bill Owens who went on to win the election.
The first set of House races listed on the Web site include open seats in New Hampshire and Tennessee.
Palin, the Republican Party's 2008 vice-presidential nominee, told activists at the Tea Party convention earlier this month that she believes competitive primaries are good for the party and produce the best candidates for general elections.
"Let's not be afraid of contested primaries," Palin said.