Skip to comments.Duncan Hunter questions to vote on for the debate, on May 3 (Vote now)
Posted on 04/29/2007 10:44:27 AM PDT by Sun
Vote for the best Duncan Hunter questions at link. You can vote for as many as you like. I ignored the Catch 22 or left-leaning questions.
Have to remember that date so I can tune in.
Thank you, Sun. Are there any questions listed exclusively for Duncan Hunter? We need those.
Mark your calendar, May 3, 8:00 PM (EST)to 9:30.
It will be on MSNBC, and streamed on Politico.com.
However, when I went to politico.com (while practicing when the Dems had their debate), I couldn’t figure out how to access the steam.
Can anybody help me?
“Are there any questions listed exclusively for Duncan Hunter?”
The link in the opening post are submitted questions EXCLUSIVELY for Duncan Hunter, so please vote for the good ones, and ignore the bad questions.
You can also select immigration and vote for all the immigation questions
Thanks, Sun. We really need more penetrating questions for Duncan Hunter, keeping in mind the short answer time.
I know its not the purpose of this freep, but I would like to have every candidate answer the following:
Would you advocate the repeal of McCain Feingold in favor of a “Let the sunshine in” approach which calls for candidates to reveal all contributors, large and small?
I can’t determine if this is supposed to
be funny, mildly sarcastic, or blatantly
jokster time. Two things I do know...
30 second answers from ANY pol is impossible;
and, now, that the candidates have some idea
as to the scope of the questions, they will
have plenty of time to devise the answers they
feel the party blogsters want to hear.
Please also vote up the questions from “Immigration2008DotCom” here:
Thank you. I submitted two questions for Duncan Hunter, one on Iraq, and one on immigration, I think....about his resolution for Mexican trucks to comply with rules/regs domestic trucks follow. Funniest thing, though, I tried three times to submit a question on China for Duncan Hunter and it refused to accept it. This was the question:
“Rep. Hunter, you have claimed that China holds an unfair advantage over the U.S. in trade policies. What is that unfair advantage, and how would you change our trade agreement with China?” Maybe you will think it is too hard hitting, but I want substance out of our candidate - not platitudes. Do one of you want to take the question, modify it if you like, and submit it?
Thanks 4 ping!
It’ll be challenging for them to answer in 30 sec.
I don’t know of any candidate who has done more to strengthen our borders than Duncan Hunter, even Tancredo, although Tancredo is trying very hard.
“Rep. Hunter, you have claimed that China holds an unfair advantage over the U.S. in trade policies. What is that unfair advantage, and how would you change our trade agreement with China?
I’ll give it a try.
Great. Thank you.
It’s there, and I hope everyone votes for it. I just did.
Thanks, Sun. I hope everyone logs in and votes for Duncan Hunter’s good questions in all categories. The categories I know he has questions in are trade, Iraq and immigration, but check them all. Thanks to all
You all have four days. Start asking questions!
Good point. I wonder how the submitter of this question justifies any condemnation of the 9/11 hijackers who were exercising their freedom of religion, and in doing so violating the right to life of other (innocent) human beings.
“You all have four days. Start asking questions!”
Ask questions and VOTE!
If we hear dumb questions being asked during the debate, it could be, in part, because we didn’t voice OUR opinions.
Duncan Hunter: Yes. You know, Im the author of the personhood-at-conception bill which right now has over 100 co-sponsors ...that would define personhood as moment of conception, so, it would allow us to have a reversal of the effects of Roe v. Wade without a constitutional amendment.
AND MORE at............
Good for you. We all need to use our “voice” so that the best questions will be asked.
I saw for the first time a question directed to Duncan Hunter moved up to the first 10 of the popular questions.
SOMEBODY has been voting.
Keep it up - 4 days to go!
I have seen a couple of questions move up right after I voted, so I would say our votes count.
VOTE or submit a question - 3 days to go!
Folks, we need to vote more for the popular questions, as well as the Duncan Hunter questions.
I saw THIS bleeding heart question on Page 1 of the popular questions, which means it will probably be asked:
“by Nickm on 04.21.2007 at 06:10 PM
Topic Is: Health Care
Two men have the same life threatening illness. One has health insurance and the other cant afford it.
Do you think either or both should have the same opportunities to live?
If not, why not?
If yes, specifically what law would you fight to pass?”
Let’s vote for OTHER submitted questions, and bump this question to the back of the line.
I just went through over 60 of the questions. Hunter received only 8, and most of them were not good questions. Please ping your Hunter list and ask them to log onto http://dyn.politico.com/debate/show questions.cfm
and vote for the best questions for Duncan Hunter. If they click Most Recent Duncan Hunter Topic: All
they can avoid having to read through over 70 pages of questions. Looks like Ron Paul received one in 4 of the questions, with Giuliani and McCain also netting the most.
We need votes for good Hunter questions, or he will be ignored in the debate. Thank you.
I just voted on the GOP Bloggers poll, and Duncan Hunter is in the top four in April, after not even being listed in the March poll. Pretty good for a “complete unknown”, huh?
If you just want to count “announced” candidates, he is in the top three. Otherwise, Fred Thompson is leading the field of all announced candidates.
Good news. He also has come in top three (or wins) in the straw polls.
Just added my 2 cents.
This question for Duncan Hunter is on Page 6 of the popular pages, but yet it is not on the top three of the questions on the Duncan Hunter page.
“by sixinheels from kansas city on 04.29.2007 at 01:13 AM
Question is for: Duncan Hunter
Topic Is: Social Issues
the right to life act that legally defines personhood as moment of conception, for married people with children makeing 30,000 who can’t afford another child or use adoption option and not eligible for government assistance,what do you suggest.”
So why would a question that is not top three on the Duncan Hunter page, make it to the popular pages before the top three?????
“Do you favor de-linking human rights to MFN trade status.” That was a big one in the early 90’s and I’m hoping it makes a comeback.
Correction to my post #38; the Duncan Hunter question is on page 4, and there are no other Duncan Hunter questions on Pages 1, 2 & 3.
So again, I wonder why the less popular question from the actual Duncan Hunter page was posted with the general/most popular questions, and not the others.
Question posted, Pd.
Great! Good work, HC.