"The new year is normally a time of optimism. And after a rocky 2009, certainly hopes should be high for a better year ahead.
But that’s not the mood of the people as we begin 2010. Not since the dark days of Watergate and Vietnam do I recall a time when the American people were more pessimistic. And I’m not talking just about the economy and the state of the world in general."
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