Ask Bush the Tough Questions
by Dan Froomkin
As I've been chronicling for a couple weeks now, Bush has embarked on a series of speeches and "exit interviews" in which he is trying to take credit for things that haven't happened, and refusing to take responsibility for the things that have.
Although there are a lot of tough, important questions Bush should be forced to answer, one recent interview focused mostly on Bush's family life; another on his faith.
I was going to ask you what questions you think reporters should be asking Bush, but since he's so adept at ducking, I've decided to ask something a little bit more fun: What questions would you most want to ask the president if he were under Pentothal?
My first choice would be: When exactly did you decide to go to war in Iraq? My second choice: How do you define torture?
Share your questions here. Washington Post.com