With politics swamping social media and the furor over the qualifications of some of the candidates, I thought it might be timely to take a trip back to the 1990’s and look again at the man who was the 44th Vice-President of the United States, Dan Quayle.
During his time in office he drew much media attention for some of his gaffes, but he served two terms as Vice-President under President George H. W. Bush. When it was over the folks in his hometown of Huntington, Indiana wanted to honor him and so converted an old church into the countries first Vice-Presidential Museum. Huntington, which is near Fort Wayne, Indiana and about a four-hour drive from northern Ohio was the perfect destination for a One Tank Trip.
Today the museum is still there but now it is called the Quayle Vice-Presidential Learning Center. Dan Quayle has retired from politics and is now head of an investment firm