CTV would like you to know that, despite obvious concerns, there's no real worry about John McCain's health:
The health of the presidential and vice-presidential candidates has been at the forefront of this U.S. election campaign, particularly because at age 72 McCain would be the country's oldest president if elected.
To prove his physical fitness, McCain released more than 1,000 pages of medical records last spring.
Yeah, he released his medical records. So what's your problem? Oh, that (emphasis tail-waggingly added):
Three weeks ago, John McCain, who would be the oldest president in history if elected, released 1,173 pages of his medical records to the press. He did so only after a series of delays, however, and then granted a pool of about a dozen news outlets access to them for three hours, with no photocopying allowed.
In other words, here you go, kids, you have exactly 9.2 seconds per page to fight over this stuff, and you can't take any of it with you. Gee, CTV, you think that tidbit might have been just the teeniest bit newsworthy?