I have assembled some of the great questions of American history, questions which we have pondered through the generations, and humbly submit them as potential questions in the upcoming debates. Extra points if you can match the questions to the great Americans who first posed them:
1. "What do you hear? What do you say?"
2. "Have you ever been stung by a dead bee?"
3. "Of all the gin joints in all the world, why did she have to come into mine?"
4. " Kill my boss? Do I dare live out the American dream?"
5. "What's your angle sister? What bank do you want me to stick up? Who do you want killed? and what do you want me to do first?"
6. "You know how to whistle don't you?"
7. "Who's on First?"
8 . " That would be a terrible job to tackle. Just how would you cut up a human body?"
9 "Are you with us, or Agin us?"
10. Who's on First?"
11. "Whats de Matter U?"
12. "I'm suppossed to spend half my life in church hearing how I'm going to go to hell?"
13. "Can you spare a fellow American a dime?"
14. Well if you can't believe what you read in a comic book, what can you believe?"
15. What? Me worry?"
16. "Yes, how many years can some people exist, Before they're allowed to be free?"
17. "You kiss your mother with that mouth?"
18. "Aren't I a man and your brother?"
19. "Do you know what an Abomb is?"
20. and, for me, the definitive American question. "What's up, Doc?"