1. They'll take time to answer. We need to have those answers ready, to use as a scorecard on day one of Trump's Presidency. After all, this is the day when Trump has vowed to start deporting illegals, end military gun-free zones, declare China a currency manipulator, etc.
2. Answering these questions now and having answers ready sends a clear message: the people who won Trump the nomination, and many more people who'll win him the Presidency, will not be conveniently forgotten or brushed aside, and won't apologize for him if he fails to live up to our clearly defined expectations.Another reason is that some of our expectations (e.g. breaking up the Establishment) may require our participation. When that time comes, our actions will have to be purposeful and consistent.Trump is a negotiator and many of his campaign promises may have been "opening bids." You wouldn't go to a car dealership without first deciding how much you're willing to spend. For the same reason, we shouldn't elect Trump without first deciding how much we're willing to let him compromise on.See, earlier, from the same reader An Ohio Reader Suggests That Patriots Be Wary Of “Master Persuader” Trump; Peter Brimelow Replies.