Wednesday, December 10, 2008

A question for Obama

It comes from National Review's White House correspondent in an NRO post - - -

It just so happens that The Office of the President-Elect, which should really be called the office of the president-elect, has today started a new feature on its website called "Open for Questions."

The Obama-Biden Transition wants to hear from you. Use our 'Open for Questions' tool to ask a question about a policy or issue that's important to you — then click the check mark or the "X" to tell us which questions you most want the Transition to answer.

My first question is a variation of the one Obama didn't answer from the Los Angeles Times: Is Obama aware of any communications in the last six weeks between Rod Blagojevich or anyone representing Rod Blagojevich and any of Obama's top aides?


That's a fair question it seems it may be tough for the President-elect to answer.


Anonymous said...

That question, among others, was posed at the newser just finished. "Mr. Openness" was not what I would describe as forthcoming.
Tarheel Hawkeye

Anonymous said...

What did Obama know and when did he know it?

Anonymous said...

Our president-elect is purpo9rted to be the brightest man on the planet, yet he is continually revealed as a man who has absolutely no idea what those around him are doing. Twenty years attending a race-baiting pastor's church and he never knew anything about the Rev, Wright. Regular coffee klatches with a Weatherman terrorist and he never knew anything about Bill Ayers. Years of fiscal and personal relations with a convicted crook and he knew nothing about Antoin Rezko. I could go on.
Honest to God I hope Obama is successful, but how much longer will this continue?
Tarheel Hawkeye