Liberals document PEST sufferers’ reaction to Bush winning in ’04
posted at 12:43 pm on September 29, 2006 by Ian
Yet another Bush hating documentary that no one but those who hate him will want to watch (or promote):
It’s the morning after, our Liberal awakens from a fitful sleep, depressed. He can’t believe Bush won the election. He feels empty and angry. He is grieving as if he has experienced a profound loss.
This story may be familiar to you. It was experienced, in one form or another, by millions of people around the world. Maybe, even yourself. It has become the driving force and simple theme for our documentary, RED STATE.
Gee, the symptoms experienced seem awful familiar:
More than a dozen traumatized John Kerry supporters have sought and received therapy from a licensed Florida psychologist since their candidate lost to President Bush, the Boca Raton News learned Monday.
Boca Raton trauma specialist Douglas Schooler said he has treated 15 clients and friends with “intense hypnotherapy” since the Democratic nominee conceded last Wednesday.
“We’re calling it ‘post-election selection trauma’ and we’re working to develop a counseling program for it,” said Rob Gordon, the Boca-based executive director of the American Health Association. “It’s like post-traumatic stress syndrome, but it’s a short-term shock rather than a childhood trauma.”
Read more about PEST here.
Read more about the documentary here.
Preview the film here.
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