What question would you have asked the president at his speech?
Asked at Massachusetts Street on January 24, 2006
“I would ask him about his plans for Iran and if he has read ‘Confessions of an Economic Hit Man,’ by John Perkins.”
“If he thinks he could have avoided some of the shortcomings of his administration had he appointed a more well-rounded group of advisors who offered input that represented the interests of America at large.”
“If I were to voice my opposition to the war in Iraq during this speech, how much surveillance should I expect afterward?”
“I would want to know his plans for international policy in terms of countries closer to our own backyard.”