A Call for Questions

Asking Questions

Give us your questions on politics and we’ll give you a TPT Holiday Mailbag!

 

 

If you’re like us, you’re probably getting ready to fill your face with ungodly amounts of food. Also if you’re like us, you’re probably going to do it at home in the confines of your family and friends. You know, the way the Lord intended!

 

“Yes I get it Jesus, you think Bernie Sanders has some solid ideas, now will you just pass the dinner rolls, PLEASE!!”

“Yes I get it Jesus, you think Bernie Sanders has some solid ideas, now will you just pass the dinner rolls, PLEASE!!”

 

As we take a break from the website for the next few days, we wanted to give you a heads up on our plans during the holiday break. Obviously we’re not going to be in the office during the holidays, but that doesn’t mean we won’t be putting up content. That’s where our idea of the TPT Holiday Mailbag comes in!

 

Throughout the year we’ve been gathering questions sent from readers and have been holding-off on answering them until the time was right. We figured answering these questions during that holiday lull would be the perfect mix of political explanation and primer for the coming election year.

 

Even though we have a fairly healthy stack of questions already, we figured to ask for more. After all, the more questions we get, the better mailbag it will be! So if you want to get a certain question answered or want us to talk about a certain policy initiative, send it to us at contact@thepostturtle.com with the phrase “TPT Holiday Mailbag” in the subject line.

 

Planes, Trains, and Automobiles

“Hey why not take a break from your 100th viewing of ‘Plains, Trains, and Automobiles’ to ask us a question? Or do it while you watch the movie. We aren’t here to tell you how to live your life!”

 

So far we’ve gotten everything from “what’s your favorite late-night political show” to “what’s the appeal of Ben Carson anyway” to our favorite “would the GOP look at Earth as a socialist government in the Star Trek universe?” The more interesting and weird the question is, the better chance of getting it answered.

 

Finally since its Thanksgiving, so we’d like to leave you with this cooking segment from Fox and Friends in which Brian Kilmeade asks Harris Faulkner if she makes Kool-aid during her Thanksgiving meal. And yes, it is as magical and awkward as it sounds!

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LidpC-wUSz0

 

Happy Thanksgiving everyone!

 

 

(Photo Credits: Google Images, Paramount Pictures)

 

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