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Do We Need a Straight Jacket Caucus?

Just 23% of Likely U.S. Voters now say the country is heading in the right direction, according to a new Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey taken the week ending Sunday, December 12. Down three points from last week, it's the most pessimistic finding since January 2009.

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I don't mean to be getting crazy with technical terms here, but who are these "looney tunes" who...

Are waiting with bated breath for directives from the government on what to eat so the good stuff can be reserved for them...

Want to be forced to use lightbulbs that look like they were designed by artists inspired by Helen Thomas...

Don't feel the only appropriate place to erect a statue memorializing Pelosi as the first female Speaker would be next to a pidgeon farm...

Think the government could eventually save money by mandating you cough when they grab your testicles by merging ObamaCare with the TSA...

Believe the economy is just ROCKIN' relative to not having one at all...

Are only frustrated when they wake up in the morning and they find the economy is barely treading water because the people aren't being taxed enough?

I can't believe this report doesn't start with "An astounding 23% of likely U.S. voters now say the country is heading in the right direction..." If this poll came out AFTER Harry Reid took back that monstrous omnibus bill I could begin to try understanding why this number is so high.

By the way where did the extra 10 points come from?

***UPDATE***

I think I got my answer on the 23% here.