Far too few of their high school graduates are actually prepared to go on to college. I feel very, very badly for the children there.-- Arnie Duncan, U.S. Education Secretary, speaking about problems in the Texas public school system
And I feel bad for the United States that its Secretary of Education makes errors in grammar such as the one above. (To "feel badly" is to have one's sense of touch be impaired. What is needed in the quotation above is a predicate adjective - not an adverb.)
Okay, okay. Call me a grammar nazi. I don't care.