What Would You Ask Them?

If you could ask each Presidential candidate one question, what would it be? Would it relate to healthcare, the war, immigration, or another key issue? Or would it be off the beaten path and not relate to politics–their favorite restaurant, pastime, childhood memory, place to shop? Would it be about their family life, work life, or social life?

So you may be wondering what I would ask them. Well, I would sit down with each of them, look them straight in the eye, and ask them if they truly believed in what they stood for. If they believed that what they proposed could help keep America great for my children and grandchildren. If they would stick by those beliefs even in the face of opposition. (Okay so maybe that was three questions, but it’s all related.)

I want to know that the candidate I vote for has his heart and soul into making our world a better place. I want him to believe that America can remain the great country she is today. And I want him to be passionate about his role as President.

Now it’s your turn. Take time and think about it. If you had the opportunity to ask each Presidential candidate one question, what would it be and why?

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2 Responses

  1. Its really hard to figure out what the one question would be. Basically I have zero faith that any of the candidates understand history and what limited government is. Except for Ron Paul.

    Our constitution is the law of the land and it is ignored. 😦

  2. I have two questions for each:

    1. It’s the middle of the night, you are standing at the end of a long pier gazing at the still sea water below you. A few moments earlier one of your highly trusted colleagues strongly urged you to jump suggesting that it would yeild a good result ! Would you simply jump?

    2. What has been the most difficult situation you have ever had to face at work?

    Objective of each question:

    The first question is defensive with a positive opportunity. Does the candidate have a logical and sensible approach in his considerations or is he reckless.

    The second question tests candidates definition of difficult and problem solving ability.

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