Our God is a just God – there’s no doubting that.
It may take awhile, but if your main life events revolved around snitching on your soldier comrades to the North Vietnamese, lying about your military heroism, betraying White America to the foreign invaders, helping to send White men to be maimed and killed in defense of Israel, and attempting to start a nuclear war with Russia, you just might be stricken with brain cancer.
And not just some weak little tumor that can be handled in outpatient treatment.
No, we’re talking about Super Cancer 2.0 right here, folks – the survival rate is abysmal to say the least.
Actually, it’s the very same cancer that killed slovenly traitor Ted Kennedy – just punishment for being the Good Goy that helped to deceive America into accepting the 1965 Immigration Act.
Funny how that whole divine judgment thing works, huh?
U.S. Sen. John McCain revealed Wednesday evening that he has a brain tumor.
The announcement follows a procedure to remove a blood clot from above his left eye at the Mayo Clinic Hospital in Phoenix last Friday, where a pathology report revealed the glioblastoma, a malignant brain tumor.
Treatment options may include a combination of chemotherapy and radiation.
A statement from McCain’s doctors say he is recovering from his surgery, but it is unclear when the 80-year-old Republican would return to the Senate.
“Further consultations with Senator McCain’s Mayo Clinic care team will indicate when he will return to the United States Senate,” the statement read.
Because glioblastomas can grow rapidly, the most common symptoms are usually caused by increased pressure in the brain. These symptoms can include headache, nausea, vomiting, and drowsiness.
Depending on the location of the tumor, patients can develop a variety of other symptoms such as weakness on one side of the body, memory and/or speech difficulties, and vision changes, according to the American Brain Tumor Association website.
Glioblastoma can be difficult to treat because the tumors contain so many different types of cells, the association says.
About 20,000 people in the U.S. each year are diagnosed with a glioblastoma. The American Cancer Society puts the five-year survival rate for patients over 55 at about 4 percent.
If he makes it more than two years without becoming a total vegetable I’ll buy shots for the first twenty people who ask and call me on the bet.
Other than that, I guess we should all express our condolences to Lindsey Graham in the hopes that he’ll find a new “Life Partner” before God decides to toss down a nice case of GRIDS to the esteemed Senator from South Carolina.
But enough of that – let’s enjoy the rest of the evening, shall we?