Wednesday, November 03, 2004

What to do?

I am so heartbroken and depressed.
I have so many deadlines looming, so many project proposals waiting to be developed, so many friends and family to contact, and all I want to do it sit in my apartment and stare into space. Into an abyss I can see no way out of.
I am wondering what I should do.


At 7:15 PM, Blogger DBQ said...

I am heartbroken and depressed also; but there is nothing to do. All we -can- do is meet those looming deadlines and project proposals and wait for the next election.

At 10:42 PM, Blogger Eric D said...

We can't just sit back and wait for the next election. Those of us who are depressed and disillusioned by the outcome of the election must try to communicate to those on the Right why we feel this way. I just sent long email to my father. He honestly believes that Bush is a moral leader. I tried to point out some of the many reasons why that isn't true. The election may be over, the the battle for the hearts and minds of America is just beginning. We need to plug back into organzations supported Kerry to see how we can begin this process.

At 3:02 PM, Blogger Charlie said...

Just pull yourselves together stop bleating get a grip and be American.

At 7:12 AM, Blogger Jill in DC said...

After the fog lifts a bit, we all need to get down to a lot of serious work. We can't just sit and take what they dish out to us in these next few years. We need to organize. We can't just go and protest and wave a bunch of signs around and say we are angry. We need to focus on specific issues and organize around these issues through grass roots movements and other established organizations.

Among the issues that concerns me is what will happen to the cost of health care. Costs are skyrocketing and I'm pretty sure the Bush administration doesn't have a real solid plan for ensuring affordable care. If anyone has any ideas they'd like to share I'd love to hear them!

At 8:13 PM, Blogger CleverCynic said...

Cognitive dissociation. I'd say do the usual, try to find evidence of ballot fraud, or BELIEVE the other party is stupid, or spend a year in a socialist country. These will either hold your strength for another 4 years or change your mind completely.

At 8:17 PM, Blogger CleverCynic said...

You could look at the jobs report I suppose. After all, every decade since 1950 has started with a trough and ended with a peak. This election was only about who gets the credit for the recovery anyway. You shouldn't bank your whole life on who's in office. Republicans will never have as much to lose by virtue of their own platform.

At 10:49 AM, Blogger kian said...

Well, you might try getting up off your duff and stop wollowing in your self-pity. Letting your life go down the tubes isn't going to help anyone. Ok, so the person you wanted in the White House didn't get there. Did you vote? Did you encourage friends and family to register and vote? Did you do any volunteer work for your candidate or post campaign literature? If you did, that's great and you can honestly say you did the best you could do for the campaign. But if you didn't, then you have no right to complain and whine about who won. Actions after the fact are useless. Its the actions you take BEFORE the elections that make a difference.

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