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Questions that should, but won't be asked of Obama and Romney during the debates.

1) Do you follow Keynesian or Austrian economic principles and policies?

2) Do either of you plan on having a balanced budget in any single year over the next four years?

3) Both of you supported the economic stimulus package and the Afghanistan war. Which has been a bigger success?

4) Why do you support the indefinite detention of US citizens without a trial?

5) How is our Democratic process enhanced by excluding Gary Johnson from the debates?

6) The Patriot Act and NDAA have crippled the 4th and 5th amendments. Which other amendments in the Bill of Rights would you like to suppress?

7) Why do you believe a fiat dollar standard is preferable to a commodity standard?

Question for Romney:
8) Jimmy Carter created the Department of Education. Ronald Reagan said he would try to eliminate it during a debate in 1980. Governor Romney, do you agree with Carter or Reagan on education?

Question for Obama:
9) Why have defense expenditures increased every year of your Presidency?

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How much does it cost per vote flip to win an election?


Are US politicians elected by the people to represent us and our wishes or to manage us without consent?


1. How many wars are we actually engaged in?

2. Has illegal immigration strained local governments?

3. Define war criminal

4. Isn't letting Israel have nucleur weapons a double-standard?

5. Should the government go after ill gotten gains from banks, military contractors, politicians, or lawyers to balance the budget instead of trying to raise the retirement age?

6. You both believe in the Constitution, when it's violated through Presidential signing statements, should you be impeached immediately?

It would be nice

If they had to give 1 sentence answers too, not the political guff most voters are used to "putting up" with.

“When a well-packaged web of lies has been sold gradually to the masses over generations, the truth will seem utterly preposterous and its speaker a raving lunatic.” – Dresden James

I agree...

It seems like - for instance - a question is asked about the FED and within 15 seconds of the allotted 60 seconds they are talking about Iran or some other topic.

They always seem to slip into some other topic so they can't be pinned down.

One more..

Would it be necessary to get a declaration of war from the Congress before going to war with Syria or Iran?

"Where liberty is, there is my country." -Benjamin Franklin


What was the original intent behind the need for a president to get Congressional approval before going to war?

good thinking--

it helps to get it out into the air--

it's hard to be awake; it's easier to dream--