Friday, May 16, 2008

John McCain Promises Weekly Q & A Sessions

Not with the public, folks. With Congress... Should he become President, which is becoming more unlikely in the aftermath of his support of Bush's appeasement comment, John McCain promised a British House of Lords style question and answer session with Congress. Every week?

Right, the hot-tempered maverick will face opponents in Congress who oppose his positions on domestic and foreign affairs who really won't try at all to get his goat...

First question: Is HAMAS on your no-talk to list?

Second question: How many times did you use your wife's company jet to floop around the United States during your Primary campaign and how many lobbyists who were involved in your campaign will be involved in your Cabinet?

Net the Truth Online

McCain urges UK-style sessions for U.S. president
Thu May 15, 2008 8:04am EDT

Republican presidential candidate John McCain said on Thursday that, if elected, he would like to take a page from the British government and appear in question-and-answer sessions with lawmakers.

"I will ask Congress to grant me the privilege of coming before both houses to take questions, and address criticism, much the same as the prime minister of Great Britain appears regularly before the House of Commons," McCain said in excerpts of a speech he is to deliver later in Columbus, Ohio.

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