The next president of the United States could well be a republican but it will not be any of the clowns we have been seeing at the republican debates.
This is the first blog that I have dictated. I have dreamed of the day that I could really use voice dictation instead of typing. Maybe this day has finally come. I am doing this blog on an iphone 4s and I am dictating with my voice.
There have been a number of recent articles in the press (most notably at the New York Times) about the advisability of giving men routine PSA tests to detect if they have Prostate Cancer. A government panel has recommended that the practices of giving men over 50 (or over 40 if there is family history) be stopped because it results in needless procedures that are costly and effect men negatively without saving lives. I believe this is a dumb recommendation. The PSA can provided valuable information that can save lives. It is not the PSA test that is the problem it is what is done after the results come back that is the issue.
I am left feeling sad for his death, admiration for his accomplishment and frankly, disappointment that I was no Steve Jobs. And grateful that I am still alive to love my wife, children and friends