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Published on Jun 28, 2009
Given his aversion to the bubble of the presidency, willingness to admit when he screws up, and experience as a professor of constitutional law, it seems fair to conclude that while Obama may disagree with you on a particular issue, he's at least conversant with the counterarguments. Indeed, it's said that a good lawyer—and Obama graduated from Harvard Law magna cum laude—can argue both sides of a case.
As such, I think the President would be open to the following question:
What do you think—without caricature—is the strongest, most serious objection to your health care proposal, and how would you reply?