Practice test for undecided voters

Black ink, please. Make sure answers are dark and legible.

1. Given the following statements,

October 24: al Qaeda endorses George Bush

October 29: al Qaeda condemns Bush

If both statements are true, are they necessary and sufficient proof that the Democratic Party is not the only organization with flip-flopping leadership? Argue both sides fully.

2. If both a terrorist organization and a presidential candidate flip-flop on issues concerning American security, what is the probability that in four years time they will at some time coincide? How frequently? Give answer in round, ambiguous numbers.

3. How do you like them apples? Discuss.

BONUS QUESTIONS:
a. If a foreign terrorist leader makes a public statement using the same talking points as a partisan political candidate, is this constitute an illegal in-kind campaign contribution?

b. Does it matter whether it occurs within sixty days of the election, and would it effect his group’s income tax status for 2004?

c. Should his organization be registered under section 527 or 501(c)(4) for the next election? Dispute vigorously.

Final exam will be tomorrow starting at 6:30 a.m. The test is open book. See you then.

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