God bless Michelle Malkin. I toyed with a few hard-ball questions for the Presidential Debate in a previous post. The temptation to do the same by Malkin was just too much. I don’t think the media, or Jim Lehrer (the moderator), will be calling either of us very soon.

American writer and blogger Michelle Malkin.

American writer and blogger . (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Here’s Malkin:

We know the drill: Make the candidate look like a scary on social issues and a greedy capitalist pig on economic issues. Avoid the Democratic incumbent’s record of failure. Run out the clock. Thank you and good night.

Malkin wants them to talk about , in light of Tuesday’s murder of another border patrol agent at the same spot where Brian Terry was shot two years ago. She gets a running start by reviewing the scandal, and then quotes Homeland Security’s Inspector General which found that “violence has significantly increased against Border Patrol agents. Since 2007, assaults on agents have risen more than 35 percent, including 13 deaths.”

Here are her questions (edited slightly):

Why has the Terry family been forced to file a federal lawsuit to obtain justice?

Why does Attorney General still have a job?

What exactly are you doing (or will you do) to ensure that Border Patrol agents are adequately armed and supported in their mission to defend American sovereignty?

Then Malkin takes on “transparency”:

[Mr. , as President] you famously declared, “A democracy requires accountability, and accountability requires transparency.” Yet, the very first act of your administration was to violate your transparency pledge to allow full, public viewing of all legislation five days before you signed it…

You failed to televise health care negotiations as promised. You cut endless backroom deals protected from public scrutiny. In addition, your administration has routinely evaded disclosure law by meeting with lobbyists off the books at D.C.-area coffee houses and private townhouses, where Secret Service background checks and login routines are abandoned…

How, exactly, can you claim to have run the most transparent administration ever based on your actual record?

Next up: the auto bailout:

[Mr. Obama] your campaign touts the “success” of the government takeover of the as one of your proudest accomplishments. In 2010, you bragged that “American taxpayers are now positioned to recover more than my administration invested in GM, and that’s a good thing.”

Yet, your Treasury Department won’t take up GM’s recent offer to repurchase 200 million of the roughly 500 million shares the U.S. holds — because it would incur a $15 billion loss to taxpayers right before the election. GM still owes nearly $30 billion of the $50 billion it received, and its lending arm still owes nearly $15 billion of the more than $17 billion it received. Foreign workers and overseas plants have soaked up billions of American bailout tax dollars. But some 20,000 Delphi non-union workers saw their pensions eroded and health benefits disappear as part of the deal you cut with United Auto Workers.

How are Delphi workers, bondholders, car dealers and taxpayers better off now than they were before the Government Motors bailout given the actual record? If this is your proudest accomplishment, why on earth would reality-based voters want you back in the driver’s seat?

These are great questions. It’s too bad they’ll never be asked in public, especially by Lehrer who owes his career to the establishment .

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