What Would You Ask John McCain?
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Tell us what issue you would ask McCain to come clean about and why. The team at Brave New Films will review comments to select 50 winners to receive a free REAL McCain t-shirt. And you will receive a free Brave New Films video subscription just for entering the contest.
Here are just some of the insightful questions people have posed to McCain:
Kyle from Ohio would ask: "Why did you deny your campaign ads were 100% negative? You've been running a smear campaign from the beginning."
Adam from Wisconsin would ask about the economy: "I would ask McCain how he can be so optimistic about off shore drilling. The big short to medium term problem with drilling is that there are no off-shore drilling rigs available. All the companies that own and operate the rigs (such as Transocean) have all their rigs locked up in long-term contracts. So not only is it not going to affect oil prices anytime soon, we won't even be able to drill offshore for a long time."
Shadi from Texas would ask: "How can you claim to put country first when you; ate cake for your birthday with Bush during Katrina, support nuclear power and claim it can be safe, and want to keep fighting a war which we can never win and only costs us money and brave soldiers lives?"
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Robert Greenwald is the director/producer of "Wal-Mart: The High Cost of Low Price" and "Outfoxed: Rupert Murdoch's War on Journalism."