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Misc. News : Letter to Editor Last Updated: Apr 20, 2011 - 9:38:09 AM


Comemnt on reports on John McCain's Health
By Bruce Becker from California
Jun 8, 2008 - 2:57:59 PM

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John McCain fit to serve as president

Why didnt you point out in your brief article about John McCain, that the pool of reporters excluded the New York Times reporter, who has an MD, and that no MD's were allowed to see it?

Why didnt you point out in your article that the medical reports are known to exclude anything about short term memory loss and known to exclude any tests about 'incipient Alzheimer's", which tests are available but were avoided.

Why didnt you point out that 13% of persons over 65 in the US of A have Alzheimers?  Why didnt you point out that there is a test nowadays that can tell if a person 55 or older has "incipient Alzheimer's" and that the candidates handlers chose not to have him take it?

This medical report was a whitewash.  Your coverage was similar to that of a 5th grader, just reporting what you read in a story you were given.

Do the research.  You can publish my version and at least the public will understand that the key issue was not covered and come to their own conclusions about why he avoided taking the two key tests, short term memory loss and Alzheimer's.

The public deserves to understand that the likely Republican candidate avoided providing real information about his memory loss and whether he has incipient Alzheimer's.

It could not have been by accident that this information was excluded.  The public and the Republican party should be encouraged to demand this information be provided before he is confirmed as their nominee.  Your article gives the false impression all is well, when nothing was done at all.

You dont have to read the 1,300 pages or whatever ton of paper it is, to understand that if they would not do any testing of the one thing everyone is concerned about, they are avoiding it like the plague.

COME ON.

Editor's note: The comment was sent on May 26.  Sorry for the delay.  The email was routed into the junk mail box and sit there until found. Thank you for writing.





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