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What about the Bush-supporting IT workers?

In response to the report written by Ed Frauenheim, "Workplace blues in election aftermath":

How is your article fair at all? Fifty-one-and-a-half percent of the popular vote went to President Bush, yet your article sounds like everyone in IT went to work the next day with "workplace blues in election aftermath" (to quote your title). Where is the coverage of the portion of the majority of the popular vote that had to work the next day which didn't have the "workplace blues?"

Your "research" seems to comprise of three sound bites from liberal firms, which takes up 70 percent of your article and provides for your dubious title. Then you string together three Bush supporters toward the end of your article, citing Carly Fiorina and John Chambers (who no one likes and control big business, which furthers your "Republicans are in the pocket of big business" agenda).

Lastly, you quote the token Indian-offshoring CEO to further rally the Democratic troops around the "Republicans are against the U.S. worker" battle cry. This is such a one-sided article that you should be ashamed of yourself. Your article, if its honest intent was to be a political opinion, should be in the nonexistent political editorial section of CNET, not in the Enterprise Software--Workplace section. But I'm sure this criticism is falling upon deaf ears.

Brendon Lee McCaulley
Frisco, Texas