From the Clinton War Room, some suggested appropriate questions for Wolf Blitzer to ask the Candidates:
Senator Obama: having recently threatened a U.S. invasion of Pakistan, do you feel you would be in a better or worse position than President Bush to apply diplomatic pressure on President Musharref? And why?
Senator Edwards: a recent Treaury report showed that, contrary to your “Two Americas” scenario, America today enjoys the most robust social mobility since such statistics have been computed. In light of this information, how is your campaign theme relevant to what is really happening economically in our country?
Governor Richardson: during your watch as Energy Secretary, National Secrets were stolen from the Los Alamos Laboratories – secrets fyou were responsible to protect. When the espionage was finally discovered, your Department allowed an apparently innocent employee to be accused of the crime and have his character assassinated by the Justice Department and the Media. How does that episode help qualify you to take charge of America’s National Security?
Senator Clinton: uh, um . . . my but you look lovely this evening; what’s that scent you’re wearing?