You get 1 and only 1 strategic question to ask Bush ... in hindsight on these topics...what would you ask in brief and remember it's a strategic question...not a question like don't you feel you have murdered many people. A question he could now answer because he no longer needs the support of his base. Stem Cells: Why do you not support the view that the the needs of the many outweigh the needs of the few? Iraq War Post Invasion: Why and on whose information did you disband the Iraq police and military? Africa: If you truly value freedom as much as you say you do why do we not stand up for the weak and voiceless in the Dafur/Sudan region? Information Pre-Iraq War: If you could blame anyone for the information used to go to war with Iraq who would it be...even if an American? Iran: If you value peace as much as you say you do then why do you ignore the most powerfull nation in the Middle East... especially considering that you yourself, by eliminating Saddam have aided to the power they now enjoy by weakening the Sunni? Israel: If we do not admit Israeli and American errors over the years in the peace process do you feel there can ever truly be peace in the region? Why is it so wrong to admit we have all made errors on both sides of the division between Israel and the Palestinians? Israel and the Palestinians have both never spared us when they felt we were wrong. Clinton: Is it possible Clinton was right that we should stay out of the way in the Middle East to the highest degree possible...especially considering the Middle East has more problems now than ever before? Feel free to add one of your own ... but please try to keep it to 1 or the thread will lose it's purpose.