Vote for Questions in the Republican Presidential Debate!
Do you want the Republican candidates for president to be asked a question about 9/11 in the debate coming up on May 3 on MSNBC? You can help make it happen!
Members of Politico.com can submit questions for the candidates, and anyone can vote on them. The top 20 most popular questions will actually be asked in the debate.
I submitted a question that could create some interesting fireworks on stage between Rudy Giuliani and Rep. Ron Paul, both of whom are scheduled to be in the debate. My question is the following, for Giuliani:
Rep. Ron Paul has called the 9/11 Commission Report a "charade" and supports a new investigation. Millions of Americans agree with him, including 9/11 victims' families. Do you agree, or do you believe the government has been fully honest about 9/11?
If you want Giuliani to be asked this question Thursday night and have to squirm and sweat under the Klieg lights, please vote for this question and encourage anyone you know who believes in 9/11 Truth to vote for it. If it gets enough votes to make it into the top 20 questions, it will be asked in the debate, with millions of Americans watching! ...
Here is the link where anyone can vote for which question they want asked:
UPDATE: The easiest way to find my question right NOW is to select "Filter By: Most Popular" and "Candidate: Rudolph Giuliani". It is currently on Page 2 of the Giuliani questions sorted by popularity (which is actually pretty good, it has moved up a LOT since last night, but we still have a long way to go).
Look for a question submitted by "Freedom-loving American" on 05.01.2007 at 10:59 PM. It will say that it's for Rudolph Giuliani and will contain the text of the question. That's mine. Click on the "I like this question" button to vote for it.
If you are a member of Politico.com (registration is free), you can also create your own questions like I did, for any candidate you want to ask. The amount of space they give you is very limited, however, so a question would have to be short and simple.
Personally, I think the question I made up is one that actually could have a shot of making it into the debate, because it focuses simply on whether there needs to be more investigation of 9/11. The mainstream media would never permit a more radical question on the air, even if it got the most votes. Also, my question pits two of the men on stage against each other, which creates some actual DEBATE in the debate -- some potential excitement and back-and-forth arguing -- which these staged events tend to have little of.
So, please go vote for my question and encourage others to do the same. And if you've got a really good idea for another 9/11 related question, register with Politico and submit it. Just imagine how awesome it would be to see Giuliani, Mr. 9/11 Faux-Hero-in-Chief, actually have to answer a tough question about 9/11 in a major nationally televised debate. Let's try our hardest to make it happen!