Wednesday, November 21, 2007

Reuters Enters Holiday in Dark Mood

Nothing like the America-hating clowns at Reuters trying to dampen the festive Thanksgiving mood.

No matter what these idiots have to say, I'm always thrilled to be an American, and they can stick their useless poll you know where. I'm particularly thrilled to see the Democrat Congress mired at 11%.


Americans enter holidays in dark mood: Reuters poll
Americans enter the holiday season in a dark mood, with economic worries, security fears and a lack of confidence in government fueling growing pessimism, according to a Reuters/Zogby poll released on Wednesday.

The Reuters/Zogby Index, which measures the mood of the country, fell for the third consecutive month, dropping from 96 in October to 94.9 on new growth in the number of Americans dissatisfied with the economy and pessimistic about the future.

President George W. Bush rebounded slightly from last month's record low, with the number of Americans who give him positive marks climbing to 28 percent from 24 percent. But Congress remained stuck with a dismal positive rating of 11 percent, tying its record low.

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