Trump should raise the bet with Hillary and call

I see Team Hillary is giving attention-hog Mark Cuban a front row seat at the debate to "troll" Obama's likely successor.

When Donald Trump takes the stage on Monday night's prime-time presidential debate, one of the few faces he will see will be that of a fellow billionaire that has tried to savage him in public.

Mark Cuban, the owner of the Dallas Mavericks, was invited by the Clinton campaign to sit in the front row at Monday night's debate.

Well, I have a suggestion for Team Trump: how about let's you put Juanita Broaddrick, Paula Jones, and Dorothy (Mrs. Tyrone) Woods right up front as well in Trump's section, eh?  That poker move should really put pressure on that there sixth cranial nerve.

Her eyes did not always move in the same direction at the same time. It appears that she has a problem with her left sixth cranial nerve. That nerve serves only one function and that is to make the lateral rectus muscle contract. That muscle turns the eye in the direction away from the midline. 

It comes out of the base of the brain and runs along the floor of the skull, immediately beneath the brain before coursing upward to the eye. Dysfunction of that muscle causes the striking picture of the eyes not aiming in the same direction and causes the patient to suffer double vision.

Like all things medical, there is a long list of potential causes but in my opinion the most likely one, based on Clinton's known medical history is an intermittent lateral rectus palsy caused by damage to or pressure on her sixth cranial nerve.

It is known that she suffered a traumatic brain injury in late 2012 when she fell and struck her head. What is also known is that she was diagnosed with a transverse sinus thrombosis — blood clot in the major vein at the base of the brain. Almost all patients with a transverse sinus thrombosis suffer swelling of the brain and increased intracranial pressure. Most have headaches, balance issues and visual disturbances — all of which Clinton was reported to have following that event.

Cuban, who from all I've seen of his appearances on TV and in articles about or by him is insanely jealous of Trump, is totally irrelevant in the Clinton/Trump contest.  However, those three ladies are central to the issues of Clinton's dishonesty and character.