(this blog appeared originally on 09/16/08on VoteMeCool - click the title to visit them, it's well worth it, believe me)
I found this extremely useful info. while visiting the Electronic Village Blog.
(Its a totally Friendly, Unbiased site where anyone is welcome.)
Since ALL four (including Palin) candidates are asking us to hire them for Executive positions, shouldn't we THOROUGHLY examine their resumes?
Yes I realize that REAL EXPERIENCE (not Fraudulent Experience) counts as well, however shouldn't a good Education lay the foundation?
NOT trying to play the "Race Card" or make excuses but could someone please tell me how is it that whenever Minorities (especially African-Americans) are vying for Leadership roles their backgrounds are evaluated with a fine-tooth comb, but when the candidate is Caucasian it appears as if their faults or lack of necessary skills are often overlooked?
I'm just asking because inquiring minds want to know.
Here's some Food for Thought:
More Education doesn't mean your an ELITIST, just as less Education doesn't indicate you actually identify with Grassroots, WORKING CLASS type of people.
* Occidental College - Two years
* Columbia University - B.A. Political science with a specialization in international relations.
* Harvard - Juris Doctor (J.D.) Magna Cum Laude
* University of Delaware - B.A. History
* University of Delaware - B.A. Political Science
* Syracuse University College of Law - Juris Doctor (J.D.)
* United States Naval Academy - Class rank 894 of 899
* Hawaii Pacific University - 1 semester
* North Idaho College - 2 semesters - general study
* University of Idaho - 2 semesters - journalism
* Matanuska-Susitna College - 1 semester
* University of Idaho - 3 semesters - B.A. Journalism
Sources: Electronic Village, Flickr