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Celebrity Sex, Benghazi, and Jobs: What The Broadwalk Wants Asked at the Debates

This evening, Barack Obama and Mitt Romney will look to destroy one another in an epic battle of banter at Lynn University in Boca. It's a safe bet that moderator Bob Schieffer won't throw too many curveballs and the questions will be similar to everything that's already been asked in the first two debates.

So to figure out what voters really want to know, we trolled the Hollywood Beach Broadwalk on Sunday afternoon. From sex with celebs to ice cream preference, here's what voters in arguably the most important swing state are demanding to know.

Celebrity Sex, Benghazi, and Jobs: What The Broadwalk Wants Asked at the Debates

Allison, 23 years old

If you could ask anything at Monday's debate and both candidates had to answer, what would it be?
If they could sleep with any celebrity who would it be?

Whoa. Who do you think Romney would go for?
Probably someone dark and mysterious. Like maybe Angelina Jolie.

What about Obama?
Probably someone fun and outgoing.

Are you going to vote?
If I can get my absentee ballot stuff together in time. I just moved down here from New Jersey.

 

Celebrity Sex, Benghazi, and Jobs: What The Broadwalk Wants Asked at the Debates

Michael, 85 years old

If you could ask anything at Monday's debate and both candidates had to answer, what would it be?
I'd ask them to tell the truth about what happened in Benghazi. I think it's a big lie.

What's a big lie?
What was said over the first few days. I think Obama lied bout the whole situation and is now getting Hillary to take the blame. That's pathetic.

Are you going to vote?
Absolutely. America is the best country in the world no mater what. I don't know about Texas, though. They're a little rough over there.

You've seen a lot of presidents in office. Who was the best?
I gotta give it to Truman . If you can't stand the heat, get out of the kitchen.

 

Celebrity Sex, Benghazi, and Jobs: What The Broadwalk Wants Asked at the Debates

From left to right: Sue, Phil, and Linda

If you could ask anything at Monday's debate and both candidates had to answer, what would it be?

Sue: How come they think this is all about their careers and not about us? They treat the debates as if it's all about them and not actually about what matters for us and what they're going to do for us. And why are Biden's teeth so white?

Phil: I'd ask how they plan on rectifying the Libya situation? They've each talked about it, but I haven't heard a solid answer yet.

Linda: Vanilla or chocolate? I'm talking about ice cream!

 

Celebrity Sex, Benghazi, and Jobs: What The Broadwalk Wants Asked at the Debates

Brian, 54 years old, shirtless and hungry

If you could ask anything at Monday's debate and both candidates had to answer, what would it be?
Romney still hasn't given us a serious plan for what he's going to do to get the economy back on track. I know he's put out his five-point plan, but I would ask for concrete answers on what he's going to do to create jobs and what he's going to do about the overall economy.

What would you ask the O-Bomb?
He's made a lot of promises. And I know when he got into office, the U.S. was upside down. I want to know what too what his plan, not promises, are for the economy.

Are you going to vote?
Yes

 

Celebrity Sex, Benghazi, and Jobs: What The Broadwalk Wants Asked at the Debates

Ricardo, 42 years old

If you could ask anything at Monday's debate and both candidates had to answer, what would it be?
I don't live in the U.S., so I can't vote and I haven't been really paying attention.

Where are you from?
Ecuador

OK, so if you could ask the future leader of the U.S. anything, what would it be?
What are you going to do to control the obesity epidemic in the country? It's a very big issue.

 

Celebrity Sex, Benghazi, and Jobs: What The Broadwalk Wants Asked at the Debates

Sam, 28 years old

If you could ask anything at Monday's debate and both candidates had to answer, what would it be?
Anything? Like I can get really freaky with it?

Yea, that's the gist. So what would it be?
I guess I'd like to know how often they get to have sex. I was thinking about this the other day. Like the Secret Service is always around, they're always flying around for the campaign. When do they get to bone?

Fascinating. Who do you think bones more?
I don't know. Romeny might have given up on it. Mormons are weird with their secret underwear.

Are you going to vote?
Of course. And I'm voting Obama if that's what you're asking.

 

Celebrity Sex, Benghazi, and Jobs: What The Broadwalk Wants Asked at the Debates

Chris, 45 years old

If you could ask anything at Monday's debate and both candidates had to answer, what would it be?
You're opening up a Pandora's box. I lean right, just so you know. And I listen to Rush Limbaugh, and Bill Cunningham and Glenn Beck.

Cool. So what would you ask?
There's a lot of questions. What about the $500 million that went to Solyndra and no one is saying anything about it. I agree that we need solar and wind, but right now it's all fossil. Have you ever seen Mad Max?

What else would you ask?
Why is everyone so concerned about what Romney is doing with his money when we should be focused on what Obama is doing with all of our money. It's a God-given right to pay the least amount in taxes that you possibly can.

Are you going to vote?
I can't.

Oh. Would you if you could?
Probably not.

 

Celebrity Sex, Benghazi, and Jobs: What The Broadwalk Wants Asked at the Debates

Tiffani, 31 years old

If you could ask anything at Monday's debate and both candidates had to answer, what would it be?
For Mitt Romney, I'd ask how he plans on protecting the lower class. How will he prevent the lower class from getting any lower. Is there any way he can prove that he'll bring some type of stability?

What about Obama?
I'd ask how he plans on being more upfront with the country so that we can grasp his concepts. What is he going to do to show the people who are struggling that he actually supports them?

Are you going to vote?
Of course.

*questions and answers edited for brevity and clarity




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