I would like to thank those involved in bringing former Soviet Leader of the General Assembly Mikhail Gorbachev to CSU. His was an intriguing talk. However, the Q&A period run by Associated Students of CSU was a huge disappointment. The questions they asked of Gorbachev were not of the caliber one would expect of an institution involved in higher education. To rob the audience of the opportunity to hear answers to relevant, deep and probing questions that elucidate Gorbachev's views on current and past world affairs was a tragedy. ASCSU should have taken advantage of having the attention of a man with such experience and insight rather than asking questions more fitting of children. I call on ACSCU to justify and overhaul their selection process. In the future, they must select questions that are insightful and not squander the access to such distinguished leaders the Monfort Lecture Series provides the community. Better yet, solicit questions from the attending audience.