09/13/2009 05:12 am ET Updated May 25, 2011

Health Care Protesters: Ask Them Questions At Obama's Grand Junction Town Hall

We've all seen how contentious the demonstrations outside and inside the health care town halls have become. Amidst all the screaming it's getting harder to understand what these protesters really want.

This Saturday we're going to head out to President Obama's town hall in Grand Junction, Colorado to see what makes these people tick. Here's the catch: we want you, the HuffPost community to ask the questions.

There's going to be a lot of people on both sides of the issue gathering at the town hall. Some of them are likely to be interested in having a serious discussion; others are just there to be confrontational. This is the chance to get them on the record with thoughtful questions.

You can leave your questions in two spots: the comments section or via the participate button below.

To help keep us organized please let us know if the question is aimed at a person who is for reforming health care or for someone who is against the changes laid out in the president's plan.

If your question gets an interesting answer we'll include it in our post about the Grand Junction town hall.