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Ask Me No Questions

...and I'll tell you no...well, you know the old saying...

Hillary! doesn't seem to be on a listening tour this time around:

Iowa Falls resident Alene Rickels, 51, when asked her thoughts about the event, said: “Her speech was really good, but it would’ve been interesting to see how she reacted to questions.

“I really thought she would take questions,” said Rickels, a middle school teacher. “It’s late in the day, so I’m assuming that that’s the reason. I don’t know what she did the rest of the day.”

Clinton took no questions from audiences at any of her stops earlier Sunday, in Vinton, Traer and Cedar Falls.

Sure. It was just late in the day.

It may be getting "late in the day" in a more figurative sense as well.

Posted by Rand Simberg at December 31, 2007 08:17 AM
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Questions? It's impolite to ask questions. Especially if the person being questioned is named Clinton.

That's why they feed questions out to the audience. So Hitlary doesn't have to actually take a stand on anything, without having rehearsed the answer. Which is great reason for her to be defeated.

World politics and running the most powerful country on the planet is not something that can be practiced beforehand, out of sight of the unwashed masses.

Posted by Steve at December 31, 2007 09:33 AM

Funny -- one of the evening news shows last night mentioned that she had taken three questions at some event over the weekend. It stuck with me because they seemed so eager to mention it..."Look! See? She's not dodging questions! She took three of them! Three!"

It's going to be a long eleven months.

Posted by T.L. James at December 31, 2007 03:09 PM

did they say what the questions were? Or what the answers were?

No doubt the MSM would count things like, " do you like are you today...." and "'s Mr Clinton..." as hard biting, relevant questions, important to her Presidency.

Posted by Steve at January 1, 2008 11:26 AM

Let's hope the Republican nominee is Romney:*rooks.html?_r=2&ref=opinion&oref=slogin&oref=slogin#

(remove the * in the link)

Posted by J. Smith at January 1, 2008 12:30 PM

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