ThinkProgress ponders "5 Questions that should be asked at the Presidential debate but probably won't be", along with their analysis of each question. Here is their list:
How will you reconcile the federal government’s War on Drugs with state-level legalization efforts?
In what cases is it acceptable to conduct warrantless surveillance of citizens?
What specific measures would you support to reduce national gun violence?
What would you do to reduce child poverty in your first 100 days?
How will you combat America’s obesity epidemic?
What are some of the questions that you think should be asked tonight, perhaps informed by our Episcopal context?