We've known for months that the Republicans were going to make a lot of gains in this year's election. Ever since Scott Brown won that special election, the gloating / hand-wringing / "It's just a little airborn! It's still good! It's still good!" / What Does It All Mean? rhetoric began, and it doesn't seem to have stopped.
Me? I had an important meeting at my son's school on election day, and the intake meeting for his outside evaluation on Thursday. I never say this. I don't always like to hear other people say it. But I think it's possible that I just don't care. I don't care what dumb-ass thing Fox News is saying, I don't care how many heads they stepped on or how many Hitler mustaches they drew on the President's face. I guess I care about how much gridlock they'll try to cram up our asses for the next two years. But mostly I'm feeling like I want this to just go away and let me worry about my actual life for a change.
At least that's how I've been feeling for the past few days. When primary season starts in...what, three months or something...I'm sure I'll be back with my usual level of enthusiasm.
Anybody else feeling like this? And if not, what's your secret?