What's more important than a former LAPD deputy chief questioning current federal drug policy in an open YouTube forum directed at the president? If you thought "something important," you'd be wrong unless late night munchies, wedding anniversaries and tennis counts as "important."
Despite Stephen Downing, a former deputy chief for the Los Angeles Police Department, questioning President Obama's drug policy, his question went unanswered. It not for lack of interest, as the question was a runaway hit, garnering more than twice the number of votes than any other question.
To be fair, other questions about marijuana legalization and the failed "war on drugs" were unanswered and have never been answered by the administration when it opened itself up to public questions.
At least they're consistent in their silence.