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McCain is 72. He's had cancer 4 times.

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Uploaded on Sep 24, 2008

John McCain is 72 and has had recurring melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer.

Urge PBS' Jim Lehrer to ask McCain about his health records during Friday's debate:

http://www.pbs.org/newshour/letters.html

This debate will deal with foreign policy, and McCain's health issues constitute a national security issue, especially when you consider how his secrecy about medical records echoes the Bush administration's legacy of lies. Will McCain's health limit his capacity to make tough decisions regarding diplomacy and military action? We don't know, because McCain is keeping his medical records a tightly held secret, made available to just a handful of journalists for three hours under close supervision.

Send a quick e-mail to Jim Lehrer, moderator of Friday's debate, with the subject line: "Ask McCain to Disclose His Health Records in Full." Then, donate to Brave New PAC today so we can get this ad on the air. We have the right to have an open discussion about this grave issue, and now we have the chance to bring transparency and accountability to politics.

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