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Gannett’s Bob Ingle is senior political columnist for New Jersey Press Media. [Email him at firstname.lastname@example.org.] [Find him on Twitter at @bobingle99.]
If he were asking questions on Wednesday evening (Oct. 3, 2012), here’s what he would ask Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney:
• If you believe in America, why don’t you keep your money in American banks?
• Specifically, what steps would you take to right the economy and get people back to work?
• Is how you governed Massachusetts an indication of how you would run the country?
And for President Obama:
• It is said that your lack of making personal contacts among world leaders and leaders of Congress has contributed to your political problems, would that change in a second administration?
• For four years the deficit each year has been above $1 trillion but the economy remains weak. Do you plan to continue borrowing or take another path?
• How would you react to an “Arab Spring” revolution in Saudi Arabia?