Dateline: El Banco, Panama
Dan was graduated from Yale University in 1963 and from the University of Virginia School of Law in 1966. He practiced law in Washington, D.C., retiring in 1996 to sail with his wife in the Caribbean. They settled in a rural area in Panama in 2001. Dan spends most of his time training and riding horses and trying to write a bit. In the interest of full disclosure, he voted in 2008 for Senator McCain and Governor Palin, there being no other viable option.
The Free Trade Agreement with Colombia should be approved, now.
If misinformation concerning a candidate is to be limited, the candidate should make the facts known.
The pre-election and exit polls are frequently wrong. Vote for whomever you wish, but vote (once and legally)!
The political debates are fun. Let's all watch the Biden/Palin debate.
The Presidential Debate should be postponed, briefly, to permit the candidates to participate in resolution of the financial crisis.
Racism and sexism are perverse, regardless of whose ox is being gored. They are not likely to disappear soon.
Success at a prestigious university is not a bad thing. Nor should it determine for whom we vote.
Senator Obama is worried. He should be. However, he is not reacting as many of us would wish a president to react.
When you consider for whom to vote, let your conscience be your guide. That's the best advice I can offer.
Abortion is a faux, but hot button, issue, and both parties are exploiting it to the hilt.