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CBS News Must Ask These Question

The Democrats, tomorrow night, will have another debate. CBS News is hosting the debate in Des Moines, IA. We now have a question that the Democratic candidates for President must answer.

On January 20, 2015, President Obama in his State of the Union address said, “No challenge – no challenge – poses a greater threat to future generations than climate change.”

Today, in Paris, France, more than 150 French citizens lost their lives to Islamic terrorists. CBS News must ask the candidates if they agree with the President that climate change is the greatest threat to future generations.

Likewise, I would suggest a follow up to Hillary Clinton and whether she really thinks we need to empathize with the murderers who killed the people in Paris.

Finally, the moderators should ask the candidates if they agree with President Obama who, just today, said ISIS is contained.