Just One Question...


"How many times have you been arrested, Mr. President?" * **

*$2484.00 Bounty to the first person to ask George W. Bush this question in a public forum.

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610 Comments:

Blogger Aaron said...

You need a paypal link to help you bump up the bounty. That'd be cool...

August 26, 2004 at 10:27 AM  
Blogger Matthew Saroff said...

I'm volunteering to throw another $10 in the pot, making it $110.00

I saw this on Kos.

August 26, 2004 at 10:43 AM  
Blogger elkal said...

I'm willing to throw another $50 in the pot. Who's going to be given the access to ask this though?

August 26, 2004 at 11:36 AM  
Blogger Theresa said...

I saw this on Kos too. I'd chip in $10 if you set up a PayPal account.

How can we get this publicized on Franken's show?

August 26, 2004 at 12:47 PM  
Blogger Sidd Finch said...

I sent an email to franken yesterday

thealfrankenshow@airamericaradio.com

August 27, 2004 at 10:38 AM  
Blogger Mithras said...

You should use dropcash + paypal to collect the donations. That will update the total bounty automatically for you.

August 27, 2004 at 1:49 PM  
Blogger spocko said...

Bush reply:

"Look, when I was young and irresponsible I did irresponsible things. Then I found Jesus and I don't do those things anymore. My record has been dealt with, let's move onto what is important, I'm not going to play Gotcha journalism with the press."

Bush can use lots of tricks to get out the question. What you need to formulate is a decision tree that has different follow ups for the possible responses, and people to ASK that follow up (since the press doesn't get the opportunity to follow up and they don't bother to back up any of their brother or sisters in the press).

"Why is everything that you did before you found Jesus off the table? John Kerry's record before he was 40 isn't off the table."

"This isn't gotcha journalism sir, this is regular journalism where we attempt to find out the truth about issues and see if the candidates are untruthful about their past as a way to gage their character."

"So are you telling me that the young and irresponsible period goes up to the age 40? Do you apply the same standard to your opponent?"

"Why is your arrest record not an issue? No we didn't deal with this in the year 2000. We have new information about your arrest record and we would like you to confirm or deny it. I'm allowed to make a claim if I have proof. I have witnesses who were there. I have affidavits."

August 27, 2004 at 4:35 PM  
Blogger Drunken Proletariat said...

Some swell ideas written here. BUT, I don't think george bush could EVER give a coherent answer to the simplest of questions, unless they dealt with death, revenge, war, punishment, all of which he just really seems to love-doesn't he.

August 27, 2004 at 5:57 PM  
Blogger Austin said...

I kicked in some dough. I'd suggest getting Atrios to link to this and also please raide the "Make a Donation" button to the top of the page. I think this can get some play if the all the Bloggers join in!

August 28, 2004 at 7:15 AM  
Blogger Scott said...

brilliant. i put a link up to you at my blog as well.

August 28, 2004 at 7:53 PM  
Blogger Mike said...

Sorry to be the only negative one here. I don't understand why you are so concerned about some mistakes he made in his drugged-out/intoxicated past, when what he has done since 1/22/01 (or whatever inauguration day was) is lightyears ahead in the negative effect to our lives, environment and culture. Why do you want to possibly throw away your hard-earned money on this stunt?

If you can give me a convincing argument, I'll thow in some $ too.

August 29, 2004 at 11:07 PM  
Blogger Adriana said...

????

September 6, 2004 at 6:05 PM  
Blogger anonymous said...

"I don't understand why you are so concerned about some mistakes he made in his drugged-out/intoxicated past, when what he has done since 1/22/01 (or whatever inauguration day was) is lightyears ahead in the negative effect to our lives, environment and culture."

Yes, and I don't understand why people are so concerned about John Kerry's Vietnam record. But it certainly seems to matter to the general electorate!

September 6, 2004 at 6:14 PM  
Blogger Politicgeek Pro said...

spocko: Yes, of course Bush will dodge and evade the question. But that's not the point, or at least only half the point.

The point is the get the media to making Bush's dodging the question the story, and send them scrambling for the facts. Scandal trumps all in the SCLM.

September 7, 2004 at 2:02 PM  
Blogger 4moreyears said...

[Yes, and I don't understand why people are so concerned about John Kerry's Vietnam record. But it certainly seems to matter to the general electorate!]

Do you want to know why people are so concerned about kerrys vietnam record? Because he has made his record the cornerstone of his fight for the presidency. Kerry started this - nobody else. Hmmmm, Let me get this straight. The guy spends only MONTHS in vietnam (over 35 years ago), spends 20 YEARS in the senate - and ALL he can talk about is his vietnam record?? what about his senate record? what about all of the glorious bills that he has concocted? How about his best bill - "World population awareness day" - good grief. Name one SIGNIFICANT thing that Kerry has done that can truly pave the way to a presidency? Mr. Flip Flop doesn't even know where he stands on a day to day basis. How is he going to lead an entire country. All of you Liberals including (New York) go ahead and keep voting for kerry. I bet you wont be cheering when you get nuked!

oh and by the way, yes I CAN name a significant thing that bush has done - freed 50 million people across the globe and made our country safer against terrorists.

September 8, 2004 at 2:48 PM  
Blogger Augustino said...

Spocko said:

Bush can use lots of tricks to get out the question.I don't care. Like the brevity of your blog, this question isn't about how he GETS OUT OF IT. It's about the simplest idea possible--asking the question IN PUBLIC and letting THEM SEE HIS ANSWER.

It's the best way to bring the subject up. And it needs to be brought up, ASAP.

Great, great blog, sir. Don't ever change it. Just let the comments section grow and grow...

September 8, 2004 at 7:09 PM  
Blogger Stockton and Tweed said...

We did a post about your site. I hope we send some traffic your way. Awesome.

September 9, 2004 at 2:38 AM  
Blogger me said...

Perhaps we can get Kerry to ask Bush this question during their debates? ;-)

September 9, 2004 at 10:06 AM  
Blogger Mark said...

The problem with this is that the people already planning to vote for Bush don't care how many times he's been arrested. He could be arrested tomorrow for fornicating with an emu, and even if there was video evidence supporting the charge, his followers would still vote for him.

And, unfortunately, there aren't enough undecided voters to make a difference.

September 9, 2004 at 2:43 PM  
Blogger Jason Mulgrew said...

intense!

love,
jason mulgrew
internet quasi-celebrity

September 9, 2004 at 5:16 PM  
Blogger dedrick-adam said...

Perfect idea . I love it.

September 9, 2004 at 5:44 PM  
Blogger TechNoWeenie said...

I'd rather ask a different question:

Why do you think that we will be any more successful in our "War On Terrorism" than we have been in our two decade long "War on Drugs"?

September 9, 2004 at 7:08 PM  
Blogger no said...

I linked to you guys(at my blog, http://meiblog.blogspot.com/) enjoy...

September 9, 2004 at 7:30 PM  
Blogger OlDad said...

What about Kerry's first wife? Didn't he divorce her while she was trying to work through clinical depression?

September 9, 2004 at 8:09 PM  
Blogger Simon Chamberlain said...

[disclaimer: I'm not American]

I can't believe how much energy is being devoted to 'what exactly did Kerry do in Vietnam?' and 'was Bush AWOL?'.

You're in the middle of an election campaign with huge issues in a number of areas (Iraq, Al-Queada, health care, the economic recovery (or not), the environment (yeah no-one's mentioning it, but it's still important) etc etc). And all anyone is talking about is what happened or didn't happen 20+ years ago.

So Bush used to drink too much. So what? Is he a good leader NOW? That's the important question. (Same with Clinton and dope, etc).

September 9, 2004 at 10:30 PM  
Blogger kenny said...

Seriously, one of the most ridiculous liberal stunts yet. How desperate. The occurance of this question being asked in a public forum and whatever answer may follow will have absolutely no bearing whatsoever on the outcome of this election. Awareness? No. If Bush is not re-elected nobody is going to point to this question being asked as the reason why. Right-wingers aren't going to be swayed by the answer and, I hope, left-wingers have more important reasons to want Bush out of the White House than how many times he had been arrested.

September 10, 2004 at 6:57 AM  
Blogger Chris said...

This has been posted on stoptheinternet.org. Might not make that much of a difference, but I have friends that would love this to happen :-) Great work!

By the way, some suggestions on how/where this can take place? It will certainly be ignored if it's not the best situation for it.

September 10, 2004 at 8:33 AM  
Blogger Ian said...

If I get any money in my PayPal account before the deadline I'll send some of it your way. In the meantime, you're linked.

September 10, 2004 at 11:17 AM  
Blogger Eric Harris said...

FUCK GEORGE BUSH! FUCK ALLL FUCKERS LIKE HIM! THEY CAN ALL FUCKING DIE!

September 10, 2004 at 11:21 AM  
Blogger Paddy O. said...

Wow... this is what left slanting blogs are doing? Those on the right are bringing down CBS news and y'all are excited about posing ludicrous questions? This kind of self-congratulatory pettiness is really sad.

Kerry brought up Vietnam, so it's fine to question the cornerstone of his resume. Bush, and most of the American public, could care less about Vietnam. How about having someone pay to ask questions about the environment, or Surpreme court justices, or something that really is important. The President has weaknesses, only the Democratic party had to nominate someone with even more. The most telling sign of this is when George Bush is coming off significantly more like an adult than anyone opposing him.

Like Kerry, you all sound petty and desperate. Give the money to the poor, or to an environmental group. They need it more. You're embarrassing yourselves here.

Fight for what you believe in. Someone needs to take up the causes the left believes in rather than act like unpopular kids getting back at the captain of the football team.

September 10, 2004 at 11:22 AM  
Blogger Charles said...

You should set up a campaign with http://www.dropcash.com to track the donations...free and easy campaign financing ;)

September 10, 2004 at 2:22 PM  
Blogger rhetoretician said...

Added my $10. Thank you!

September 10, 2004 at 4:12 PM  
Blogger nv1962 said...

Well done. Linked.

September 10, 2004 at 9:50 PM  
Blogger stretch said...

well done and thank you - linked to both blogs of mine!

September 11, 2004 at 1:49 AM  
Blogger Lhyzz said...

A great idea, but what happens to the money if nobody follows through? Do you keep it?

September 11, 2004 at 12:48 PM  
Blogger Gui Leite said...

Great idea! Just added a post about it in my blog (in Portuguese) to let people know about it here in Brazil. Good luck next November!!!

September 11, 2004 at 7:07 PM  
Blogger James Finkelstein (Ga.) said...

You know, I don't think an open ended question will work. So read the following, which I created about a week and a half ago, and feel free to post it and pass it on to your e-mail list:

PRESIDENTIAL DEBATE QUESTIONS FOR DUMMIES

The Presidential debates are not going to be compelling television. Everybody knows that President Bush can't handle simple questions at a press conference, so getting a coherent answer out of him in a debate will be well nigh impossible. Which is why I have come up with an improvement on our system of panelists asking open ended questions and candidates misunderestimating (joke!) them, ignoring them or sidestepping them. Here is my new, improved, debate format for dummies: multiple choice questions. I have 10 sample questions for the debate panelists to ask President Bush during the upcoming debates. Answers to the questions are at the end. (Hint: you won't go wrong with the second letter of the alphabet.)

1. Mr. President, on June 7, 1981, Israel sent a strike force of eight F-16's which destroyed Saddam Hussein's nuclear reactor in Osirik just before it came online and started enriching the plutonium necessary for Iraq to manufacture nuclear bombs. I'm not going to ask you to say the word "nuclear," so you can relax. When President Ronald Reagan, whom you recently declared is one of the greatest presidents in history, learned of Israel's pre-emptive strike on a country which was determined to wipe Israel off the map, he:

(a) Praised Israel's courage and initiative in removing an imminent nuclear threat from the arsenal of a genocidal madman who would assuredly have instigated a nuclear war in the Middle East.

(b) Angrily condemned the Israeli raid and cut off American arms sales to Israel because it had used American built jet fighters on the raid.

2. Mr. President, on December 20, 1983, Ronald Reagan sent special envoy Donald Rumsfeld, who is now your Secretary of Defense, to Baghdad to meet with Saddam Hussein. When Mr. Rumsfeld met with Saddam, he:

(a) Informed him of the United States' displeasure with Iraq's starting a war against Iran to seize its oil fields and then condemned Saddam's horrible human rights record, including Iraq's use of chemical weapons against Iranian soldiers in violation of international law.

(b) Shook hands with Saddam, renewed U.S. ties with Iraq, and asked Saddam what assistance in addition to military satellite intelligence and other support the United States could secretly provide to Iraq.

3. Mr. President, in 1990, four days before Iraq's invasion of Kuwait, after Saddam had gassed tens of thousands of Iranians and Kurds, your father, President George H. W. Bush, and his Secretary of State, James Baker, had our ambassador to Iraq, April Glaspie, tell Saddam:

(a) "Kuwait is a sovereign nation and our country will not allow Iraq to wage aggressive war to invade Kuwait's territory or seize its oil wells."

(b) "I have direct instructions from President Bush to improve our relations with Iraq. We have considerable sympathy for your quest for higher oil prices, the immediate cause of your confrontation with Kuwait. As you know, I lived here for years and admire your extraordinary efforts to rebuild your country.... We have no opinion on your Arab - Arab conflicts, such as your dispute with Kuwait. Secretary (of State James) Baker has directed me to emphasize the instruction, first given to Iraq in the 1960's, that the Kuwait issue is not associated with America."

4. Mr. President, during the 2000 campaign you said that you wanted to return a large part of the surplus in tax cuts targeted towards the wealthiest taxpayers because it was their money. If most of the surplus belonged to the rich, then your Administration's policies indicate that you think the biggest part of the $500 billion annual deficit and the $7 trillion national debt belongs to and should be repaid by:

(a) The wealthiest Americans.

(b) Our children and grandchildren.


5. Mr. President, your position on government funded national catastrophic health insurance that would cover little children who need to raise tens of thousands of dollars for life saving operations is:

(a) We need to provide catastrophic health insurance for the children who are uninsured, because if we can afford to spend $100 billion a year rebuilding Iraq, including its hospitals and health care system, then we certainly can afford to take care of helpless children who need money for lifesaving operations.

(b) They are on their own, and their family and friends can try to raise the money for a life saving operation by putting out penny jars in local stores.


6. Mr. President, your economic policies and tax cuts for the wealthy have resulted in:

(a) A booming economy which has lifted all boats and brought unparalleled good times to the American people.

(b) A net loss of jobs for the first time since Herbert Hoover's administration, the largest trade deficits in history, the highest gasoline and oil prices in American history, the largest annual deficits in history, a large increase in the numbers of Americans without health insurance, and the collapse of huge corporations such as Enron and Worldcom.

7. Mr. President, in your last State of the Union speech you proposed an amendment to the Constitution which would:

(a) Eliminate the electoral college and allow the direct election of the President by the popular vote so that the candidate with the most votes will be elected.

(b) Prohibit States from determining which of their citizens may legally enter into marriage contracts.

8. Mr. President, on August 6, 2001, you were given a presidential daily brief with the title "Bin Laden Determined To Attack Within the United States." Upon receiving this news that the world's most wanted terrorist, who had orchestrated attacks on our embassies in Africa in 1998 and on the U.S. Cole near Yemen in 2000, intended to attack inside the United States you:

(a) Convened a meeting of the National Security Council, discussed plans for protecting Americans from terrorist attacks within our borders, then ordered the FBI and CIA to take every measure to coordinate their efforts and step up intelligence gathering operations.

(b) Left on August 7, 2001, for a month long vacation at your ranch in Crawford, Texas and took no action to protect the American people from the attacks which occurred on September 11th.

9. Mr. President, three years ago, on September 17, 2001, you said that you would get Osama bin Laden, "dead or alive." After making that promise you:

(a) Kept American forces focused on catching Osama bin Laden and brought him to America to stand trial for murder.

(b) Removed American Special Forces and their air support from the hunt for Osama in Afghanistan and sent them to Iraq to try to find an elusive Saddam Hussein.

10. Mr. President, the morning of September 11, 2001, after your chief of staff, Andrew Card, informed you that the nation was under attack, and during the time that two large buildings in New York were struck by airliners and were burning, the Pentagon was about to be hit by a third hijacked airliner, and a fourth plane was flying over Pennsylvania heading towards Washington, your reaction was to:

(a) Immediately get as much information on the situation as you could, find out what targets had been hit, how many more planes were reported hijacked or missing, what their potential targets were, and make the hard decision to have Air Force fighters divert or shoot down hijacked planes attacking American cities.

(b) sit on a stool in a 1st grade classroom for seven minutes and listen to a student read My Pet Goat.

ANSWERS: The answers to 1 through 10 are all (b)

September 11, 2004 at 8:36 PM  
Blogger Brian said...

Cool! I bet if somebody does this, John Kerry will win the election.

September 12, 2004 at 5:24 PM  
Blogger dubya said...

traveshamockery

September 12, 2004 at 6:17 PM  
Blogger khaotic said...

I can see why there are so many people slamming against this, but it's crazy enough to really trip Bush up.

Not that it's hard to trip him up, but I can see this question on MSNBC's Countdown with Keith Olbermann easy.

The only thing is that a person will have to lie and pledge their allegence to vote for the Bush/Cheney ticket. Then make up a softball question that they're supposed to ask Shrub, but ask this question instead.

One person has gotten away with it during the campaign and it was covered by the media. It could happen again and I don't think Shrub would get out of it as easily as he did with the Israel question.

I can see the dear in the headlights look now.

September 13, 2004 at 2:52 PM  
Blogger Laird Popkin said...

The simple act of asking the question is a bit meaningless in that we know that Bush won't answer it.

However, if the act of collecting donations to get the question asked gets some press, which is what will happen if enough donations are collected, then that has more meaning than the actual question -- it becomes an "issue" that will be covered. If thousands of dollars ar edonated so that Bush will be asked "how many times have you been arrested" and the press covers it, then it'll raise the issue. If there's real mass awareness of these donations, then Bush will be forced to address the problems with his personal history, meaning that he'll be spending time "off message" and not attacking Kerry, etc.

So while I agree that simply asking the question doesn't achieve much, I disagree with the implication that it doesn't make sense to support this cause. If the bounty keeps growing, then the bounty itself becomes news.

September 13, 2004 at 3:58 PM  
Blogger Terrible said...

I'll send a link to a few people and send a few bucks via paypal.

September 13, 2004 at 4:17 PM  
Blogger Rex StJames said...

Oh, wow. Where can I sign up to ask that? I don't even want the money. The DNC can have it. I just want to ask.

September 13, 2004 at 8:09 PM  
Blogger A true Virgo said...

If no one has asked the question, just donate the money to the DNC.

September 14, 2004 at 5:39 AM  
Blogger betsyl said...

i just donated, and i'm going to go link to it on my site, so at least another three people or so will see it.

September 14, 2004 at 8:20 AM  
Blogger Kim said...

So.. if anyone volunteers? Hah?

September 14, 2004 at 5:59 PM  
Blogger sean incognito said...

link added at: http://seanincognito.blogspot.com/2004/09/answer-answer.html

September 15, 2004 at 8:47 PM  
Blogger Chris said...

Another question I'd love to ask him:

How, specifically, are the American people safer without Saddam Hussein in power?

He'd probably find a way around answering it, but the truth is: we're not.

September 15, 2004 at 9:15 PM  
Blogger Ty said...

If you want to know what the self righteous liberals do in there spare time this is it. You know you are doing a good job when this is the best attack your opponent has?! Here's a tip...educate yourself!

September 16, 2004 at 6:09 AM  
Blogger Mizez Slocombe said...

"Here's a tip...educate yourself!"

That's rich, coming from someone who can't seem to master the concept of "their" vs. "there".

At any rate, I linked you at my little corner of the web here

September 16, 2004 at 6:53 AM  
Blogger Traci said...

Great idea! I'll link you up right now!

September 16, 2004 at 8:20 AM  
Blogger CatGirl61 said...

"4moreyears said...

Do you want to know why people are so concerned about kerrys vietnam record? Because he has made his record the cornerstone of his fight for the presidency. Kerry started this - nobody else."
WRONG. Bush started plotting how he would destroy John Kerry over his Vietnam record at least as early as December, 2003. "White House-blessed campaign strategists have been working quietly for months to compile potentially damaging background on all the Democratic candidates. In the early going, when it appeared Mr Kerry would emerge as the frontrunner, one senior Republican commented wryly: "By the time the White House finishes with Kerry, no one will know what side of the (Vietnam) war he fought on."" Cite: http://mediamatters.org/items/200408270010"4moreyears said...

Hmmmm, Let me get this straight. The guy spends only MONTHS in vietnam (over 35 years ago)..."
WRONG. His swift boat duty was his SECOND 'Nam tour. That means he served for over a YEAR (SIXTEEN months, if you insist on counting in infant terms).

"4moreyears said...

...spends 20 YEARS in the senate - and ALL he can talk about is his vietnam record?? what about his senate record? what about all of the glorious bills that he has concocted? How about his best bill - "World population awareness day" - good grief. Name one SIGNIFICANT thing that Kerry has done that can truly pave the way to a presidency?"
WRONG. First, John Kerry talks about plenty more than his Vietnam record, but your boy likes to keep diverting people's attention to that and away from the issues because he has nothing to run on. Second, as for his Senate record, it not only surpasses this administration's (Dick Cheney has all of TWO bills that bear his name, compared to 57 for John Kerry), but passage of bills has little to no relevance whatsoever wrt having an accomplished career serving in Congress.

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By the end, Kerry had helped dismantle a massive criminal enterprise and exposed the infrastructure of BCCI and its affiliated institutions, a web that law enforcement officials today acknowledge would become a model for international terrorist financing."

Cite: http://www.washingtonmonthly.com/features/2004/0409.sirota.html Cite: http://www.fas.org/irp/congress/1992_rpt/bcci/John Kerry was also the ORIGINAL WHISTLE-BLOWER OF IRAN CONTRA. Cite: http://www.boston.com/globe/nation/packages/kerry/062003.shtml
And, in a joint effort with John McCain, he paved the way to normalizing relations with Vietnam and put to rest the idea that there were any POWs remaining in 'Nam. Cite: http://www.latimes.com/news/politics/2004/la-na-kerryprofile16jan16,1,6534260.story?coll=la-news-elect2004I'd say John Kerry has done PLENTY more than only "one SIGNIFICANT thing... that can truly pave the way to a presidency."

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oh and by the way, yes I CAN name a significant thing that bush has done - freed 50 million people across the globe and made our country safer against terrorists.""
I'll bet those Russian families whose children were murdered by terrorists would have a thing or two of disagreement to say to you about this absurd claim. The world isn't ONE IOTA safer. In fact, George W. Bush has made it more DANGEROUS, inciting even MORE anger and hatred throughout the Arab world. But bullies and their cheerleaders never care about their victims. Y'all think this is fun and games.

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So the Admin lets CatGirl61 post all of stuff on Bush but the Admin doesn't let Tommorrow Man post stuff on Kerry. I would have to say I am with Tommorrow Man on this. Very liberal.
Also what CatGirl61 said ...spends 20 YEARS in the senate - and ALL he can talk about is his vietnam record?? what about his senate record? what about all of the glorious bills that he has concocted?
Umm…well I don’t know if you have realized that Kerry voted to pay for the war. I don’t want to vote for a guy that changes his mind a lot.

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Tommorrow (sic) Man's comments were removed because of length, not politics.

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Why didnt you give a shit about the lies and bs Clinton perpitrated on US. Now you want Bush to atone for his transgressions 30 years ago?

Grow up, get real. Whether Kerry or Bush did or didn't do any of the crap being discussed matters not to me. Kerry is a political joke. He is liberal prick with an ear to which ever wind is blowing.

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Excuse me mister admin of this blog sir...i have a question for you. If your going to remove Ty's (tommorow man's)post could you at least not lie to everyone about why you did it? You said in response to big and tals post "So the Admin lets CatGirl61 post all of stuff on Bush but the Admin doesn't let Tommorrow Man post stuff on Kerry..." you said in response "Tommorrow (sic) Man's comments were removed because of length, not politics."

However i find it hard to believe-seeing as i know tommorow man personally-that his post was longer than James Finkelstein (Ga.) (1,294 words long). You are just as bad as John Kerry about lying to the public, i would like to see you delete my post. Me and my friends will at least get a good laugh out of this.

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I think this question is misguided.

1) being arrested isn't the standard for criminality in this country (one hopes, given high rates of police error!)
2) if somebody had been arrested for, say, protesting or other productive types of civil disobediance, I'd actually consider it a point in their favor.

thus, what is to be achieved here? (other than infamy)

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I understand the publicity angle, really, but since the information exists why not just publish it already? Time is getting short here.

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This isn't a "liberal" question necessarily. It is a journalistic question to establish character. It is a question about behavior during a period of time that little exists in the public record about a man who is running on a platform of personal responsibility, ethics, and truthfulness. He has repeatatly dodged the question and many others like it. In that, it becomes a touchstone of all the things we don't know about this man who said during his gubernatorial run that he is "basically a media creation." More here.Other ways of phrasing this question: "Mr. Bush, while govenor of Texas, you saw the passage of the 'Three strikes and you're out' sentencing guidelines for drug offenses. If those guidelines had been in effect during the period of your 'youthful indescretions' would you have served prison time?"

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"Mr. Bush, one of the issues facing your presidency is holding corporate interests responsible for deceptive accounting practices. While at Harken Energy, you were part of the accounting committee of the board of directors. Were you ever aware of the accounting irregularities there?"

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"Mr. President, why -- as Commander-in-Chief -- haven't you attended a single funeral for any of the (now) almost 1200 military personnel that have died in the war in Iraq?"

"Mr. President, you have said that you are a man who means what he says. If so, at what point does 'Mission Accomplished' actually mean 'Mission Accomplished'? Also, please remind us again... what exactly is the mission?"

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