Questions I’d ask President Obama

These are three of the questions I would ask President Obama if given the chance to interview him:

  1. When you ran for President in 2008 you said that it was “unpatriotic” of then-President Bush to take “a credit card to the Bank of China” and burden our youth with insurmountable debt.  During your first term you added over 6 trillion dollars to the total U.S. debt.  Do you still feel that it was “unpatriotic” and if yes then why?
  2. After serving as our President for one term are there decisions President Bush made that you now better understand?  After learning classified information, are there some areas that you now give him more credit for?
  3. The American people have seen our elected officials unable to broker a deal to avert the “fiscal cliff.”  With all the dysfunction in Washington D.C. I ask you this last question.  What is your definition of the word “compromise?”

These are but a few of the questions I would ask President Obama.  I think they are fair.  I would rather not debate President Bush’s tenure as president.  At least not on this post.

If you could ask President Obama one question, what would you ask?

If you could ask any president in our history one question, what would you ask?

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A conservative who doesn't pander to the GOP.

3 responses to “Questions I’d ask President Obama”

  1. reasoningpolitics says :

    I’d like to see these asked. I expect after his second term, he’d admit that reality ruined his talking points.

    I’d bet President Bush feels the same, particularly with the extraordinary measures he took to rescue the economy given his free market beliefs.

    Personally, I’d love to ask Clinton if he would go back and decide to kill Bin Laden even though he would have killed the Saudi prince Bin laden was with.

    • realtalkrealdebate says :

      That is a great question as well. I think every president realizes that things aren’t as easy as they thought they’d be. Not to say they didn’t think that it would be difficult. I just don’t think anyone can really truly understand what being a president entails.

      I offer these questions because I have yet to hear them be asked.

      Thank for the comment!

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