Stanford students, 4th grader ask Condi Rice better questions than MSM
A fourth-grade student and students at Stanford have recently questioned Condi Rice about torture, with video of one uploaded to Youtube and getting over a hundred thousand views. The questions aren't that good, it's just that they're probably better than anything the MSM has asked her. And, those asking the questions show more moxie than almost all citizen journalists, major bloggers, and tea parties participants combined.
First up is this video from a Stanford University dorm where she was asked, among other things, "How are we supposed to continue promoting America as this guiding light of democracy and how are we supposed to win hearts and minds in the world as long as we continue with these actions?" Tougher questions would have not left her answers as open to interpretation as you can find here.
Just yesterday, a fourth-grader asked her (WaPo paraphrase, link): What did Rice think about the things President Obama's administration was saying about the methods the Bush administration had used to get information from detainees?
Instead of trying to get major bloggers, tea parties participants, and citizen journalists interested in my question authority plan, I should just buy ads in Scholastic News.