Barack Obama’s AWESOME Reddit AMA Didn’t Include My Questions

From the Washington Post:

If you haven’t heard, President Obama was on reddit Wednesday doing an AMA, or “Ask Me Anything.” He is the first sitting president to participate in the site’s popular feature. News of the president’s participation spread quickly, and the site became unavailable temporarily because of the load.

MMM …”Ask Me Anything.” What would you ask? Perhaps one of the following questions:

Is it true that you have spent millions of dollars to keep your passport and college records sealed, and if so, why?

Have you seen Dinesh D’Souza’s movie “2016,” and if so, what do you think of it?

There seems to be some confusion about the hospital in which you were born. How do you account for that?

Four years ago, some people considered it flippant and dismissive when you responded to Rev. Rick Warren’s question “When does a baby get human rights?” with the answer to that question is “above my pay grade,” particularly since, if elected, you would be appointing justices to the Supreme Court. Do you disagree with those critics of your answer, and if so, why?

And, while we’re on the subject, when does a baby get human rights?

And, before we leave the subject of human life, when you were a state senator in Illinois, you repeatedly voted against Born Alive Infants Protection Act, meaning that you voted in favor of protecting doctors who treated babies who managed to survive abortions as medical waste, which some consider infanticide. How are they wrong?

Did you really think it was funny to mock the ineffectiveness of your $800 billion “stimulus” by laughing about it and saying “shovel ready was not as shovel ready as we expected” when under your policies unemployment has remained over 8% for over 40 months?

Granted, some might not think those questions are as important as “what color is your toothbrush?” (yes, that was a real question), but inquiring minds want to know the answers.

What questions would you ask the One?

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