EDITORIAL: Saddest thing about that statement is the fact that if there’s 64% that knows this, that same 64% could change everything but while they think our nation is so out of control, no one wants to take some responsibility for how we got here and do something to fix it all. Hey 64%, what are you ALL DOING to change this fact? Driving a Benz, talking on your smartphones while your kids are home alone in your gated community with the perfect school district, doing drugs, having porn sex with their teachers and bullying each other into oblivion??
Stop the celebrity obsession. Put your clothes back on and your parts back inside them (especially if you’re over 40, do the world a HUGE favor and grow up, PLEEEEEZZZZZE). If you have money, share it with those who don’t (Karma is a bitch and the greedy will not fair well next time around). If you don’t have enough, ask for help. It is there. They just don’t want you to find it!
Family values. Yes, remember those? Find them and give them back to your families, especially the children who no longer have belief systems beyond video games and MTV. Family values are sadly missed. No values. NO VALUE!!
Quality service – Businesses, that’s YOU. If you really care, they will come and they will stay. Stop trying to be the latest trend. Trends DIE!
Now, maybe we can ALL concentrate. Let’s ALL get back to work. It’s an easy process. JUST DO IT!!
“An overwhelming majority of voters in the most competitive 2014 elections say it feels as if events in the United States are ‘out of control’ and expressed mounting alarm about terrorism, anxiety about Ebola and harsh skepticism of both political parties only three weeks before the Nov. 4 midterms,” reports Politico.
The poll, which surveyed states and districts in the most competitive congressional races, found that 64% of Americans believe “things in the U.S. feel like they are out of control right now.”
Specifically, the poll found that 84% of voters believe the Islamic State (ISIS) represents a “serious” threat to America. Just 12% said ISIS terrorists do not pose a serious threat.
On the issue of Obamacare, the poll found that 57% of Americans believe their health care costs will increase, and just 7% believe that Obamacare will do as President Barack Obama claimed and reduce personal costs.
Politico’s poll also found Obama slightly trailing former President George W. Bush on managerial effectiveness. When asked “Which President do you believe was more effective at managing the basic functions of the federal government?” 38% said George W. Bush, 35% said Obama, and 26% answered “both about the same.”
The Politico poll sample contained 36% Democrats, 36% Republicans, and 28% Independents.
Voters head to the polls in 15 days.