You people seriously need to get it together.
It’s been nearly two weeks, and many local voters are still in a state of shock — make that county of shock — over Donald Trump’s surprise win in the presidential election.
Some are in a psychological paralysis, with area therapists reporting their clients taking it hard, using valuable couch time to talk about their post-election stress, anxiety or depression. Yes, depression.
Because in politically active Dane County, Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton crushed Trump 70 percent (217,526 votes) to 23 percent (71,279 votes). Most people didn’t expect the election to turn out the way it did and are overwhelmed mentally.