McCain in Good Health (Reporters checkmate doctors.)
May 23, 2008

I just got done listening in on a teleconference involving McCain’s dermatologist, the surgeon who performed the skin cancer removal on his left temple, the CEO of the hospital he went to, and several others. I wasn’t able to ask questions but several reporters were able to.

In the beginning of the teleconference, they said he has 4 malignant melanoma’s. One invasive (meaning deep, and touching stuff) which was on his temple (which by the way is near the brain) and three non-invasive (on the shoulder, arm, and nasal wall.) All were removed, with no sign of reoccurrence.

However, later in the conference, a reporter asked about something they saw on his medical records… One of the ‘non-invasive’ melanomas, the one on his shoulder… was actually invasive! The doctors all got dumb, speechless. ‘Have no information’, you know the drill.

Reporters check-mating doctors makes me chuckle.

Apparently he’s also in great heart health, doing well on stress tests.

Unless another reporter points out the mild hypertension and blood sugar ‘anomalies.’ Which will be further mitigated by the fact that he’s taking medication for his 4 kidney stones, 4 bladder stones… because this medication (Couldn’t catch the spelling of the name over the voice) exacerbates hypertension.

Whoo boy. Father died of stroke and he has signs of heart problems, and he’ll be 72 and our oldest president. Whoo boy.

Now I’m not really all that worried about his health. I’m more worried about the discrepencies by his medical records and doctors, this lack of communication. Whatever, he’s healthy, yay, he’s okay to be a candidate.


His policy views still suck. No more Bush, folks. Vote Obama ’08.

We didn’t say his name! Honest!
May 16, 2008

More of the usual diatribe from the GOP. Bush’s outlandish statement against ‘some people’ on Thursday are indicative of the same fear-mongering, the same foreign policy failure, the same global alienation that he’s failed to realize, are wrong.

In case you haven’t read it, let me show it to you.

Bush – “Some seem to believe that we should negotiate with the terrorists and radicals, as if some ingenious argument will persuade them they have been wrong all along. We have heard this foolish delusion before. As Nazi tanks crossed into Poland in 1939, an American senator declared: ‘Lord, if I could only have talked to Hitler, all this might have been avoided.’ We have an obligation to call this what it is — the false comfort of appeasement.”

Yeah. Go Bush! Way to blast your own country in front of the 60th anniversary of Israel… an event about foreign policy. Discussing domestic issues at a foreign event… isn’t there some sort of law against that?

I guess not. But hey, this is actually turning out to be a good thing… Let me show you my mathematical formula for how the democrats win the presidential election.

A = Bush
B = McCain
C = Obama

You ready? Here we go!

(B / A) < C

A very simple equation. McCain actually supporting the remarks of President Dumbass is another huge negative mark on his record. In fact, being anywhere near the President is an obviously stupid political move. Noone likes George W. Bush, Sen. John McVain.

BUT WAIT WAIT WAIT. HOLD THE PRESSES. They didn’t say Obama’s name! (I’m not touching you, I’m not touching you…) Despite McCain’s previous assertions that Obama’s a terrorist ally, they are obviously referring to a hypothetical ‘some people’ and not the democratic nominees. Obviously not going to use age-old political attacks, the entire rhyme and reason of the GOP itself. They wouldn’t do that, they’re above that.


McCain: Obama is a Terrorist Supporter.
April 21, 2008

Keep your hats on for this one folks, the GOP campaigners have hit a new low of mudslinging politics. Breaking news from the McCain camp; Hamas supports Obama! (I bet they are transferring him money through secret swiss bank accounts that he’s going to use to steal health insurance from the poor and stuffed animals from small children.)

Hamas stated in a public announcement, “We like Obama. He’s a nice guy.” That’s not verbatim, but it’s pretty damn close. Basically Hamas said that Obama has the right idea for America.

Hoooolyyyy shit. An Islamic fundamentalist group thinks that Obama’s got it going on. GOP hayday!

Or not? Perhaps this means… Obama… really is… a nice guy? NO WAY! Does he really… have the right idea for America? PREPOSTEROUS! I mean, God forbid someone outside of our precious 48 continental states actually thinks we have some morals. Or decency. Or humanity.

This all new low for the Republican party is disgusting. I can’t believe it hasn’t gotten headline controversy. I mean, this ranks up there with the ‘Hussein’ issue, and the Obama/Osams ‘mistake’ (which was repeated an undue number of times.) It’s almost depressing that the party in control of our government, the party which is supposed to represent the American people, is so blatantly out-of-line.

What do you do with this, if you’re the Obama camp? Well, so far, I’d say they’ve taken the high road and ignored it. But I hope that while they ignore it, the McCain campaign feels some heat from this step backwards. Let the Bush Dynasty ruin itself. I want to stop reading about it in the newspaper, and start reading about it in History books.