1) Why did the federal government use trillions of the people's dollars to bail out large financial and car companies, but a tiny fraction of that amount to directly help those losing their jobs and homes?
2) Why is there so much talk about lowering the deficit, but then Congress and the president agree not to do the one thing that could most accomplish that - letting the tax cuts on the wealthy expire?
3) Why do we consider corporations persons when it comes to campaign finance, but not tax them in the same way as an actual person?
4) Why do we consider corporations persons, but not subject them to the estate tax when their life is ended and their assets are transferred to another corporation?
5) Why do we consider corporations persons, but nobody goes to jail when they do atrocious and illegal acts, as an actual person would?
6) Why has it proved impossible for a climate change bill to even make it to the floor of the House or Senate?
7) Why does the wealthiest nation in the world have a transportation system that is laughably antiquated compared to other developed nations?
8) Why do the campaigns (and everyone else, for that matter) spend more time obsessing over gaffes and out-of-context quotes - which have little to do with how qualified for president someone might be - than the actual records and policy statements of the candidates?
9) Why do we continue to use an electoral system that diminsihes the voting influence of the majority of Americans and elevates the importance of a few swing states?
10) How is it possible that, after more than 1800 errors in the 2008 election, 16 states still have computer voting without any paper back-up?