We live in a world that requires dialogue instead of competing polarized monologues. President Obama’s January 29th question-and-answer session with Republican leaders gave the public a remarkable window into the state of the United States and its governing process. I believe that this is the kind of dialogue we need a lot more of in the U.S. today.

Demaind Question Time"Demand "Question Time’" agrees. They are asking U.S. politicians to make this kind of public interchange a regular occurrence.

I rarely sign petitions. I made an exception in the case of the Demand "Question Time" petition because it advocates a strategy that I believe could go a long way toward decreasing political polarization and increasing synergistic problem-solving in the United States.

If you’re a U.S. citizen take a look at the Demain Question Time website. If you agree with what they’re advocating, please consider joining me in signing this petition.

Then click on the button at the top of bottom of this page to send it to those you know, encouraging them to sign as well. Together we can make a difference!

Here’s a video of the question-and-answer session I mentioned above: