Seventy-three percent say they’re very or somewhat scared about the way things are going . According to the researchers, that’s six points higher than in an October poll.
Nearly eight in 10 say things are going badly in the country, with just 21 percent suggesting that things are going well. Ironically, three out of four questioned say that things are going well for them personally.
What is “Things”?
As far as what the definition of what “things” is, I don’t know. “Things” can be economic, personal, political, or even about pets for all I know. I also know that we have heard this stuff before and it really does no good to rehash it. We need to focus on what we are doing, and that is striving to get the economy back on track so that everything else can fall into place.
- Karl Rove: www.twitter.com/karlrove ( more than 11,000 followers.)
- : www.twitter.com/clairemcc
- www.twitter.com/davidgregory(Meet the Press) :
- Barack Obama: www.twitter.com/barackobama 280,000 followers, (me)
- Newt Gingrich: www.twitter.com/newtgingrich
- www.twitter.com/anamariecox :
- www.twitter.com/chuckgrassley :
- Joe Trippi: www.twitter.com/joetrippi
- Patrick Ruffini: www.twitter.com/patrickruffini
- : www.twitter.com/algore
- Me www.twitter.com/harrietb (okay, I added this)
Personally, I cannot sit through those award shows so I just wait until the next morning to see who won.
“Slumdog Millionaire,” won eight Oscars — including best picture, director and adapted screenplay at the 81st annual Academy Awards. Sean Penn won best actor for “Milk” and Kate Winslet won best actress for her performance in “The Reader.” Best supporting honors went to the late Heath Ledger for “The Dark Knight” and to Penelope Cruz for “Vicky Cristina Barcelona.
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