You are not signed on; if you are a visitor please register for a free account!
|The Market Ticker Single Post Display (Show in context)||
User: Not logged on
|User Info||Where is Investigative Reporting?; entered at 2017-07-17 13:36:13|
Registered: 2009-10-06 Msumelle, Ar
Regardless of how it was diagnosed this has to be very serious. Any brain surgery has to be complicated. |
My own father in 1942, after playing high school football and sustaining broken vertebrae in his back and neck, had a serious aneurysm. He lived in Pine Bluff, Arkansas and long story short they had to take him to Memphis, TN to find a Brain Surgeon that could operate on him. He was 18 and in superior physical health and he survived. His brain rewired and he never had another complaint, He died about six months ago at age 93.
McCain's neurological problems are unknown and we have to assume they are very serious and he is not young kid that can make any kind of fast recovery. If I had to guess I would think some kind of Myeloma that has spread to the brain. Only time will tell if he ever goes back to the senate. How nice though for McConnell, McCain is his excuse not to bring the Bill to a vote.
There has been no real Investigative Reporting since Watergate, no story confirmed by Three sources, etc.. Stories today are rushed and reported as fact until proven otherwise and then it's almost too late as the public has accepted the false as true.