I'm also including the article's paragraph on McCain, because, after all, I want this to be a fair and balanced debate:
Though Sen. McCain cannot lift weights due to injuries he suffered as a prisoner of war in Vietnam, he "walked the Grand Canyon rim to rim in August 2006" and hikes whenever he can find the time, according to John D. Eckstein, an internist in Scottsdale, Ariz., who treats Sen. McCain. At roughly 165 pounds, his weight is slightly above average for a 5-foot-7-inch man his age, according to nutritionists.
Perfect! Gotta give kudos for (a) milking the Vietnam POW thing, again, (b) including an iconic American setting, the Grand Canyon, as a standard measurement of fitness, and (c) not mentioning the fact that McCain is 134 years old and is still under the mistaken impression that Czechoslovakia is still a country and that Pakistan shares a border with Iraq.