Wednesday, October 17, 2012

10 questions I am sure were asked at last night's debate

The incarceration rate per capita in the US is by far greater than any other country in the world. Are American people that much more evil than the rest of the world that they need to be incarcerated to such a degree?

How do you reconcile the abolition of the right of habeas corpus and indefinite detention with the Bill of Rights?

How do you reconcile your belief that the President has the power to murder American citizens without due process, with the Bill of Rights?

Since the inception of the Federal Reserve, the dollar has lost over 95% of its value. Is it time that we ended the Fed?

Why is it wrong and illegal for a private citizen to counterfeit, rob, cheat, and steal, but when the government does it, it is considered good public policy?

If America is such a beacon of freedom, why does it need to spend almost half of all the military spending in the world?

How do you reconcile having over 900 military bases throughout the world with the belief in “limited” government?

If marijuana is so dangerous, never having killed one person, that it must be illegal, than how dangerous are the legal prescription drugs that kill tens of thousands of Americans every year?

A trillion dollars of debt here, a trillion dollars of debt there, at what point does that become real money?

What gives the government the right to hold a gun to Americans’ heads while saying, “Your money or your life?