Katie Couric to finally bring tough questions to the presidential race
Perky Katie Couric  has decided to do something about the MSM's complete inability to call the presidential candidates on their endless lies and misleading statements, and will be asking them a series of tough questions in the coming days ("10 Tough Questions For 10 Top Candidates", link). And, I applaud her for her efforts .
So far, the MSM has almost completely refused to discuss important policy matters, prefering to concentrate on horserace, smears, and so forth (extreme example: link).
Now, Perky Katie is going to change that, with questions like the following:
* "If you were elected president, what one book - besides the Bible - you would bring with you to the White House?"
* "Besides your family, what are you most afraid of losing?"
* "Who is the single most impressive person you've ever met?"
 Disclaimer: I have to admit that this video (youtube . com/watch?v=c5a7QEHMx-4) really humanizes her, turning her from a robotic Democrat partisan into someone that I'd frankly like to get to know. I only watched the first part, and I guess she says or does something anti-Dan Rather on it. But, all I could concentrate on was other, baser thoughts running through my head.
 I will point out, however, that there are 16 GOP and Dem candidates. While I understand the symmetry of it all - "10 Tough Questions For The 16 Major Party Candidates" just doesn't roll of the tongue as well as their title - would it really have cost CBS that much more to simply increase their producers' workload by a mere 60% and thereby give the other candidates just a little TV time?