John W. McCain is the oldest person ever to seek the office of the president. He will be 72 at the time of the election this November. Because McCain has had numerous health problems over the years, his health is a major concern for voters. To ease the fears of electing a man of his years, the McCain campaign has decided to let the media look at his medical records...for a few minutes while the records remained under the control of the campaign. No word on the thoroughness of what was presented to the media.
In an especially spiteful move, the McCain campaign decided to ban the New York Times from reviewing the records. So much for straight talk. The campaign selectively chooses which medical records to show, and which friendly members of the media will get to see them.
So, Cindy McCain refuses to release her tax returns, despite her money being used in the campaign, and now John McCain selectively releases portions of his medical records to friendly reporters. Sounds like secrecy is yet another trait John W. McCain has copied from the Bush regime.