So Live Free or Die sent me this article from The Nation outlining the questions Palin should answer if the press ever grows a pair (I am paraphrasing). Anyway, to give you an example of the type of stuff the author asks, here are two of her questions:
1) Forty-seven million Americans lack health insurance. John Goodman, who has advised McCain on healthcare, has proposed redefining them as covered because, he says, anyone can get care at an ER. Do you agree with him?
2) What is the function of the Federal Reserve?
The questions address a range of problems some people may have with her candidacy and they fall into a couple of categories, ranging from questions of experience to questions about her previous policy statements. Anyway, here is my proposal: why don’t some of you come up with some questions that you want her to ask. I will submit a couple too when I get to thinking about it. Anything is fair game. Of course, no one will answer these questions but they will be a useful excercise in demonstrating the span of issues on which she has no stated policy stance or on which her policy stance would require some delicate explanation.