Actuarial Firm Projects McCain, Obama Healthy for Eight Years as President
Original post made by sharon, Midtown, on Sep 25, 2008
If the U.S. presidency were an insurance policy, both John McCain and Barack Obama would be cleared for coverage.
Obama has a history of smoking, and McCain is 72 years old with a history of skin cancer.
But neither candidate is a bad bet to live through two terms as president of the United States, according to a statistical analysis performed by an actuarial firm.
The analysis is similar to those used by insurance companies to determine the longevity, health and well-being of the people they insure.Web Link
Meanwhile Deans brother reaches for the ground.
Two liberal groups one of them directed by a brother of the Democratic Party chairman Howard Dean will begin running a graphic attack advertisement Thursday morning raising questions about Senator John McCain's health.
Showing vivid and unflattering images of the fresh scar that appeared on Senator McCain's face immediately after his last operation for melanoma skin cancer eight years ago.
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