The first debate between the two major presidential candidates is coming up tonight and many San Franciscans can’t wait to see what they will have to say. Even though everyone is focusing on economics this week, the debate will concentrate on foreign policy questions. Many of us worry about the U.S. relations with other countries, but few of us even know what questions to ask about policies and threats. Fortunately, David Sanger, in the N.Y. Times has suggested 10 questions that should be asked. The questions cover the world from Iran to Russia, Korea, and Darfur. If we could listen to the candidates thoughts on what they would do to deal with those countries, we’d be a lot closer to knowing what we have to expect from each man. Let’s hope we hear some good answers tonight.
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