Introduction

This site wants your tough questions for specific politicians, and we want to encourage everyone to go out and ask those tough questions and then report whatever response you receive.

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Ask a question, make $100!

Tired of the mainstream media concentrating on trivia instead of calling the presidential candidates on their lies? Willing to spend a little bit of your time to do something about it?

In an attempt to have some tough questions asked, I'll give the first person who asks John McCain or Barack Obama one of the following questions $100, subject to the rules below.

Here are the questions I want asked:

Question for John McCain about the NCLR

Please ask John McCain the following question and upload videotape of his response to video sharing sites. A printable version is in this RTF file. That file has been released into the public domain, so if you don't want to ask the question yourself make copies and hand them out to others at his appearances.

Senator McCain:

You recently spoke to the National Council of La Raza. The NCLR is an ethnic nationalist organization and among many other things:

Three questions for Barack Obama

Here are three questions Barack Obama is going to have difficulty with. But, the mainstream media isn't going to ask them, so we're going to have to do it. Please go to his appearances and ask him one or more, get his response on videotape, and then upload it to video sharing sites like Youtube. A printable version is in this RTF file.

John McCain question concerning Juan Hernandez

Please go to one of his public appearances and ask John McCain the following question. Script below the video:

Your Hispanic outreach director is a former cabinet-level official in the Mexican government.

He promotes a "free flow of people" between the U.S. and Mexico.

Hillary's Extremists, Part 1: Fabian Nunez

Fabian Nunez is Speaker of the California Assembly and National Co-Chair of the Hillary Clinton campaign. He's also an illegal immigration supporter with some ethical issues. Ask Hillary to renounce Nunez, and upload her response here.

He spoke at 1994's "Gran Marcha" against Proposition 187 where "protestors waved Mexican flags and displayed an American flag with only 13 stars". [1]

At the march, Nunez stood around during the U.S. national anthem, but then put his hand over his heart during the Mexican national anthem. [2]

Quick immigration questions for the candidates

For those who want quick questions that don't require a script, here's one:

Very quick question for you: I believe that massive illegal immigration is an indicator of massive government corruption. Do you agree, or disagree?

Then, at that time or a later date, a follow-up could be asked. If the answer was 'no':

The toughest question for Hillary Clinton

Hillary Clinton supports the DREAM Act, a bill that would have let illegal aliens take discounted college educations away from U.S. citizens.

No matter how you do the math or whatever words you want to use, the bottom line is that the DREAM Act would have that effect.

How can Senator Clinton justify taking college discounts away from U.S. citizens in order to give them to foreign citizens who are here illegally? What would she say to a U.S. citizen who can't go to college because of the bill she supports?

Barack Obama: not as smart as a fifth-grader

Barack Obama sold illegal immigration to a fifth-grader and revealed that his concern is with obtaining votes, not protecting the U.S. against terrorist infiltration.

I urge everyone to go to public appearances by Obama and other politicians and ask them difficult questions about their actions and statements. Then, upload their response here.

Mike Huckabee and the Mexican consulate

In 2003, on a visit to Mexico, Mike Huckabee asked Vicente Fox to establish a consulate in Arkansas. Huckabee even arranged discount office space in a state office: just $1 per year.

Since the consulate opened earlier this year, it's passed out countless "Matricula Consular" ID cards to illegal aliens. Those cards help illegal aliens send billions of dollars back home, helping to prop up the corrupt Mexican government. And, their consul even encouraged civic leaders to advocate for illegal immigration.

Rudy's Road to Riches

Rudy Giuliani claimed that he'd never heard of the "NAFTA Superhighway" but his law firm is deeply involved in the Texas leg of the project.

"NAFTA Superhighway" is the term some use for the apparent plan to build a massive transportation system running through the middle of the U.S. It would allow cheap Chinese goods to be shipped directly to the U.S. and Canada from non-unionized Mexican ports, bypassing U.S. ports on the west coast.

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