10. I would put an asterisk (*) next to Barry Bonds’s home run record with this
explanation: “We cannot verify the accuracy of this number.”

9. Hasn’t the time come for the federal government to legislate primary dates for
states? If this insane front-loading continues, we’ll be nominating candidates for
2012 in 2010. 

8. Given the success of President Bush’s individual tax cuts, wouldn’t a cut in the corporate rate stimulate further growth, economic expansion and tax revenue? Liberals are already thinking of ways to spend it.

7. Are liberals more worried that the surge is or is not working?

6. Can anyone tell me what the Democratic majority’s vision is for the United States? Whatever you want to say about Newt Gingrich’s “Contract with America,” at least he had a point of view.

5. Is there any upper limit, morally or practically, to how much and at what rate
liberals believe they can tax the American people? Wouldn’t that be a good question for the next Democratic debate?

4. Sen. John McCainJohn Sidney McCainKelly takes under-the-radar approach in Arizona Senate race Voting rights, Trump's Big Lie, and Republicans' problem with minorities Sinema, Manchin curb Biden's agenda MORE (R-Ariz.) routinely says, “Presidents don’t lose wars. Countries lose
wars.” What part of this do leftists not understand?

3. If we shut down Guantanamo, what member of Congress would agree to house the terrorists in his or her district?

2. What would be wrong with a law that automatically kept the government operating at the previous year’s spending level during a budget stalemate? Liberals could applaud the continuation of social programs and conservatives could support the spending discipline induced by the no-growth spending plan.

1. The more I think about it, the more I really like the final episode of the Sopranos.