Wednesday, September 19, 2012

Questions for the Presidential Debates

Every election comes with some debates moderated by members of the liberal media.  We'll be subjected to endless questions on abortion, Mormons, and gay marriage, when what we want to hear is questions about the economy, jobs, and the erosion of respect for the Constitution.

It could just be that I am uninterested, for the most part on subjects like abortion, but I think that every debate question asked that does not have the subject of the economy, jobs, and the budget is a waste of time.

Can't you just see the questions we'll hear?

"Why, Mr. Ryan, do you hate the elderly?"
"How has being a Mormon affected your life?"
"How would you grade your presidency President Obama?"
"What are you most proud of President Obama?"

What if we came up with some better questions:

-We have a $1.3 trillion dollar budget deficit this year.  What do you plan to do about it?

-When the baby boomers retire there will be much more federal spending that we cannot afford.  What do you plan to do about it?

-Many feel that ACA (Obamacare) was forced upon them.  Will there be any changes made to it? Why have so many companies been given exemptions from the law?

-A 0% interest rate from the Fed reduces people's incentive to save.  How do you plan to encourage people to save money for themselves?

-What would taxing the top 1% more accomplish?

-When will all of the troops be out of the middle east?

-What can you do to encourage job creation?

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