In U.S., Newtown Shooting One of Least Happy Days of 2012

Feb 2, 2013 Full story: Gallup.com

There were only three days in 2012 -- with one being the day of the Newtown school shooting -- when the percentage of Americans who reported experiencing a lot of happiness and enjoyment without a lot of stress and worry dropped below 40%. In comparison, happiness fell below 40% on 14 days in 2008 and 12 days in 2009.

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Maxamillion

Minneapolis, MN

#1 Feb 2, 2013
Correct, then there was Benghazi where the US Government sat by while 4 were killed.

Sandy Hook could have been prevented IF Obama had not cut school security spending in 2010.

Benghazi could have been prevented by simply dispatching US warplanes to Benghazi.

4 more years of Obama failures.
CTM

Sandy Hook, CT

#2 Feb 2, 2013
Wow, talk about a poster child of propaganda...
CTM

Sandy Hook, CT

#3 Feb 2, 2013
Look at the little picture insults. Someone doesn't like their propaganda exposed. Do you think that a control group fed only certain info under certain limitations could be used as a basis for the truth in other "tests"? Of course this is a sad circumstance, but you can't use a control group to define an event for the world.

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