After the State of the Union address, White House officials will answer questions on Quora, a start-up website that relies on the wisdom of crowds to select the "best" answers to open-ended questions.

As is often the case with crowdsourced material, Quora's questions range from fascinating to outrageously stupid, impossibly self-righteous, and painfully sad. Not that the bad ones aren't fascinating in their own way. Imagine a White House official diplomatically dodging the following questions:

[AllThingsD, Quora]