1. If you believe so much in social equality, why did you save this country's richest people? By saving them, what exactly are you admitting? 2. If social justice's strongest weapon is state backed welfare, what is your solution - if any - of Medicare's bankruptcy in 2012, and Social Security's in 2020? 3. Why do you believe the government should regulate what goes into, and what the body contains; unless it is a baby? 4. Private contracts and private transactions of monetary value are what feel our economy. Why do you believe that taxing these private exchanges are not only one's "patriotic duty" but also economically sound and moral? Is it fair to punish those who 'win?' 5. If America's, Europe's and South America's amalgamation of private corporate entities and state interests have proven to be so disastrous - why would this change under a complete different social system? 6. If full employment is so desirable, why are most Neoliberal and liberal parties against free trade? Do you realize this goes against basic economics, that there must be some sort of demand for production to be started? 7. Where is the SEC outlined in the Constitution? The Department of Education? Commerce Department? 8. Why is it that the corporations who care so little for society, manage to employ and provide the best societal benefits? While the companies that manage social issues first, now seem the biggest drains on the country - why is this? 9. If 'God' and 'heaven' are too subjective, to dependent on faith - why have you merely replaced them with "change" and "hope?" Are they more or less subjective? What has Obama "changed" and why does he use the word "hope?" 10. If John Locke is indeed, as many say, a forerunner of America's particular brand of freedom, explain this: Also, explain why you believe "Tea Partiers" are so dismissible. Is John Locke dismissible? Why?