Tuesday, November 08, 2005

Bush in Panama

The President made a stop in Panama, where he toured the Panama canal, discussed free trade and played a little baseball:

Polls indicate that Mr. Bush is deeply unpopular in Latin America, but he is probably the least unpopular in Panama, a country that has long ties to the United States and where Americans are well liked. Mr. Bush frequently stops in young democracies as his last stop on grueling foreign trips, ensuring that he gets good pictures for the television networks and a personal boost on his way back home.


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