Skip to comments.Calling All Freepers: What Questions Should I Ask at Democrat Debate?
Posted on 06/26/2007 10:33:23 AM PDT by RatherBiased.com
Hi everyone. I have been granted press access as a blogger at Thursday's Democrat debate. As such, I will have full access to the candidates who appear as well as their staffs.
What questions would you like me to ask them or the media?
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How do the troups in Iraq feel when democrats say, “I support the war in Iraq, but....”
Knowing that Kennedy provided tax cuts to spur the economy and now Pres. Bush gave tax cuts and spurred the economy, why are they against tax cuts to the people who pay taxes? And why did the RATS insist that when the Pres. gave tax rebates that the rebates only went to the people who didn’t pay taxes?
Please give an example of a gun control law that you think violates the Second Amendment, and state why the law you cited violates the Second Amendment.
Why do their policies mirror socialist policies.
Ask the closet-lesbian if she knows which archived documents Sandy Berger shredded... and for what reason does she believe they were destroyed?
You’re not going to make much headway trying to attack the ‘traditional’ liberal viewpoints. What I’d try to do is drive a wedge between the liberals and the blue collar/blue dog democrats that were part of the Reagan coalition (and driven from the Republican ranks by the internationalists) by focusing on things like trade issues, job outsourcing, and country of origin labels...
That's the best one here, because it forces them onto the defensive on an issue critical to their base. Number 1A would be a question on the the negative impact of the immigration amnesty upon union labor in America.
"Why did you avoid a vote on this issue that Americans, no matter which side they take, feel is a pivotal issue and one that deserves a vote more than (fill in something the Senator did cast a vote for that is ridiculous and inconsequential compared to amnesty)?"
"Do you support the punishment given to Sandy Berger, considering that he stashed, and destroyed in many cases, secret documents that he hid in his clothes and under a construction (building?)?"
"What is your opinion of the stories earlier this year that Ted Kennedy and the KGB shared correspondence and tactics about ..."
The RICO laws were expanded in 1996 to allow for civil cases to be brought against those who violate the Harboring Clause of the Immigration and Nationality Act.
The question I’d ask is, “Pistols or Swords”.
If I throw a stick, will you leave?
If The Patriot Act is such a threat to personal liberty and rights, what risks do we run with a President who has already served as un-elected co-president and held 1,000 FBI files illegally?
If the law and the constitution don’t matter, the Patriot Act won’t give the President any powers that (s)he wouldn’t already attempt.
Criminals are going to behave in criminal ways.
Do you believe the United States currently has a good economy or a bad one? If you believe it is a bad one, why? And what policies would you pursue to make it better?
Ask them if they are aware that there is a United States Constitution and, if so, have the ever actually read it?
Would you have jumped in the river to save Mary Jo when she drowned in Ted’s car?
Find out if they think wages for the little guy would rise if 12 million illegals were sent home.
Question: Under your administration will corporations continue to dictate US policy as they have for the past several administrations?
Follow Up Examples: Immigration Policy, Trade Agreements, The Security and Prosperity Partnership Plan.
What is your understanding of the role played by al Qaeda in Iraq’s sectarian conflict?
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