Below are questions I have asked myself throughout the past week. Instead of writing what my answers to them would be I am interested in any answers you may have, or additional questions you have asked yourself.
For the week starting Monday September 7, 2009 here are some questions I have had:
Did your household schedule get tossed about this week with the start of school?
Is this not a great website?
Should whoever has been in charge of the vetting process at the White House get canned?
What is marriage?
Why is it when someone has a catch in their throat we clear our own?
How many other Van Jones’ have Oval Office access?
Pro football or college?
What is the line between free speech and treason?
Lucky or good?
Why does our dog Harrison lick the wine and liquor bottles in our bar?
Is it racist to have a different opinion on an issue with someone of a different race?
Lemon or Lime?
If it is known that there is enough fraud and waste in MediCare and MediCaid to pay for a $1 trillion health care overhaul, why not fix that first to show the savings actually exist and that they can clean it up?
Kid # 1 Question: Are you adopted?
Best book you read off your summer reading list?
Where were you on the morning of 9/11? Did you see any of of the attacks and the collapse of the Towers or did you hear about it afterward?
Was summer long enough, not long enough or just right?
At what point do those affected by the budget cuts because of furloughs, layoffs and salary cuts tell their organizations to quit supporting the same candidates for office?
Who is your favorite NFL team? College?
Kid #2 Question: Do you drink a lot of soda?
Why is it the further we get from 9/11 the more people seem to be finding angles to justify the attacks, or at least try to get others to judge them less harshly?
Have you ever smoked or used tobacco products? If you quit how long ago and how?
What is the relevance of labor unions today outside of political influence?
Would you rather someone be polite or honest?
Cookies or Pie?
So those are the questions, what are your answers? Click on the comments button below and let us know what you think.