President Obama's fascinating televised dialogue with GOP congressional leaders in Baltimore last Friday has garnered legions of fans on both sides of the aisle, fans who are clamoring for more. Politico reports that a range of bipartisan names, from Republican adviser Mark McKinnon and conservative activist Grover Norquist to Wonkette founder Ana Marie Cox, has started an online campaign titled "Demand Question Time," complete with snappy campaign-style buttons, in hopes that Obama and House Minority Leader John Boehner will hold regular Q&A sessions. As David Corn, Mother Jones' Washington bureau chief, says, "It's hard to imagine all of us agreeing on anything (except perhaps John Edwards' future in politics). But we had an idea that transcends ideology." Senior White House Adviser David Axelrod isn't convinced: "The thing that made Friday interesting was the spontaneity... If you slip into a kind of convention, then conventionality will overtake the freshness of that."