The quotes in this Chris Suellentrop piece from some in a MoveOn.org meeting last month just reinforces my belief that these people don't have a clue about economics. The following are some suggestions for possible actions to be taken in response to the Kerry loss:
The ideas that emerged, at least from the San Francisco meeting, weren't very practical—"including a boycott of all ATM machines from companies that produced the electronic voting machines, a national strike and changing the economic paradigm of the country from consumption and production by just 'not buying anything,' " the Chronicle reported—but that's because MoveOn, despite all appearances, has never been about practical politics. Rather, it's an exercise in group therapy.
This is crossposted at Polipundit.