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Willard Romney is utterly soulless and as hollow and dishonest as they come. His campaign couldn’t begin to make a video like this, because they would have nothing, absolutely nothing, to draw from.
* Heart and a soul (not to mention a long list of accomplishments)
I’m with John, sign me up!! But I can’t see wearing them 24/7. Bet they’d be handy traveling overseas!!
Just have to keep the momentum going…
WASHINGTON — Americans are hopeful for what 2012 will bring for their families and the country, according to a new Associated Press-GfK poll, though most say 2011 was a year they would rather forget.
Nearly seven in 10 say the year gone by was a bad one, more than double those who consider it a success, according to the poll. But 62 percent are optimistic about what 2012 will bring for the nation, and more, 78 percent, are hopeful about the year their family will have in 2012.
Overall, the poll found 68 percent of Americans described 2011 as a bad year, compared with 29 percent who felt it was a good one.
A partisan divide, much like the one that ruled Washington this year, seems the only split in public opinion on 2011. Democrats were most likely to view 2011 positively (40 percent called it good), while independents and Republicans were less effusive. Beyond that, the poll found general agreement that 2011 is best left in the past.
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