You're right I had two questions 5s and for that I deserve to be flogged. That was an interesting way to avoid a very telling queston. Now that have a better feel for your opinions, let me narrow it down.
1. Should we as American citizens pay for the extended medical care (i.e. cancer, heart defects, etc.) of children whose parents do not have medical insurance? Yes. How does it get paid for?
2. Should gay couples be able to adopt children that are otherwise not wanted by straight couples and are going to live in a foster home if not adopted by a homosexual couple. Please don't qualify this question, anwser it as a hypothetical if you must. Yeah, whatever you do don't qualify your answer. If the child was born under a full moon, on the day when the moons of Saturn and Jupiter are aligned, at high noon with a 9.5 earthquake. Questions like this leave the door wide open for gay adoption in all circumstances.
3. Do you believe that Bill Clinton would have a higher IQ than George Bush on a widely accepted IQ test (spacial reasoning, visual memory, etc.) ?
4. Should women be allowed to discretely breast feed in public?
It's not a civil rights issue, but as usual it MUST be made one. Define discretely.
5. Should American's have the right to carry a concealed handgun in any state, or should states be able to decide which out of staters are allowed to carry in their state as they can now?
In keeping with the 10th amendment, the right to bear arms is explicitly spelled out in the Constitution, which by definition means it's not only a state issue. States can and should exercise some control over their firearms laws, but should not be able to ban their citizens from carrying them. Concealed carry reciprocity should be a codified federal law.
6. What is the greatest tv sitcom of all time?