“The Brady Campaign is putting pressure on PBS NewsHour host Jim Lehrer to ask about gun violence when he leads the first presidential debate on Oct. 3.,” huffingtonpost.com reports. “In a petition launched Monday, the gun control group says Lehrer should ask President Barack Obama and Republican presumptive presidential nominee Mitt Romney about their plans for preventing gun deaths and injuries.” Strangely (or not), the Brady’s website wearebetterthanthis.org doesn’t specify the question in question. No doubt they’d like it to be something highly emotive and inherently critical like “Given that we’re sitting XX miles from the scene of a horrific shooting where 12 innocent people were killed and 58 wounded by a man who had legally purchased an assault rifle, what should be done to . . .” No doubt nothing would be learned from the replies. So what would you ask the candidates about guns, gun control or gun rights?