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5 QUESTIONS: That Should’ve Been Asked at the Democrat’s Debate

Five questions that should’ve been asked at the Democrat’s debate:

1. Martin O’Malley, you called Donald Trump “That Carnival Barker”. What other antiquated colloquialisms do you enjoy using on a day to day basis? Flap Jack Joe and Whaddya Know? Twenty-three skidoo? Whaddya do for kicks, kiddo? References to people as “squares” or as being “far out”? Do tell us, Martin.

2. Healthcare seems to be an important thing you all would like to provide the American people. Just a few years ago your party put into law the Affordable Care Act which was supposed to bring healthcare to the American people. Since you are talking about it tonight it’s clear that the Affordable Car Act, and your party, failed. Why should you be trusted to once again deliver on this promise? Or, are you the party of half-met promises and rarely attained goals?

3. Lincoln Chafee, the Iraq war vote occurred more than a dozen years ago. Don’t you think at this point there are far more contemporary topics you could use to buttress your platform? Have you discussed it with your own party’s carnival barker Martin O’Malley.

4. Black Lives Matter seems to matter to all of you. Why doesn’t that include all those black lives that never reach childbirth but instead are aborted? It is a fact after all that most babies aborted in America are those of impoverished African-American women.

5. What is your ideal tax rate for each income bracket, and will you lead by example this year and donate that percentage of your income to the Treasury Department whether they’ve asked for it or not?

Share if you think these five questions are actually only the beginning of questions to ask the Democratic primary candidates.

Andrew Allen

Andrew Allen (@aandrewallen) grew up in the American southeast and for more than two decades has worked as an information technoloigies professional in various locations around the globe. A former far-left activist, Allen became a conservative in the late 1990s following a lengthy period spent questioning his own worldview. When not working IT-related issues or traveling, Andrew Allen spends his time discovering new ways to bring the pain by exposing the idiocy of liberals and their ideology.

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