If you had five minutes to talk to President Obama, what would you say?
I would interview him for a Hub article. It would be an awesome interview...and an awesome hub.
I would honestly want to know why he is unable to admit to making any errors. It is obvious that his spending and economic policies haven't worked as intended, and I really want to know why he won't try something different rather than always wanting to punish success and raise taxes. I am also curious as to why he thinks giving more and more to those who contribute nothing could possibly be good for America.
I would ask him about his time management techniques (because 5 minutes isn't long enough to also ask about prioritization and relaxation techniques). This is something I'd like to know from any high-profile or highly-successful person, and he would be able to answer straightforward and honestly. Anything political just means that he has to be very careful about what he says, which would be a waste of both of our time.
Thank you Sir for your time, I know this is more work than you have done since you became President...have a nice day!
I would ask him about the man who inspired a nation. I would ask him about the man who spoke so eloquently about hope and change. I would ask him what happened to that man.
Quit saying what you think people want to hear, quit listening to your party leaders and do right by the American people. We want real jobs not more government jobs that we'll be paying for out of taxes for the next 20years.
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