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I wish her a speedy recovery, but non-Murdoch tabloids are saying it's more than a clot. Again, get well soon.
Wow. A blood clot in the head. That's serious. I mean, something like that could lead to "memory loss", particularly on really difficult words, such as "Benghazi".
So, indeed, it appears to be a brain hematoma rather than a recurrent leg clot. Scary stuff, especially with the delay of diagnosis, and it appears the overnight mystery was---> how to frame this politically? Let's hope she gets better first, and she can worry about the political implications later--and more proof that even the best insurance in the world doesn't always mean a speedy diagnosis.
I'm very sorry to hear of this, and wish Ms. Clinton a speedy recovery. I also hope that this will put an end to the fools that are saying her illness is a trick, to avoid testifying before Congress. There's really not a conspiracy behind everything in the news.
re:".... I also hope that this will put an end to the fools that are saying her illness is a trick, to avoid testifying before Congress..."-----Unfortunately, America is blessed with a very generous supply of charlatans and fools. No matter what happens now or in the future, the "conspiracy" is already cemented into the minds of these folks. Here's hoping Ms. Clinton makes a full recovery.
This should put to rest any thought of her running in the next election. Or, at least, it should.
It goes without saying that all Americans should wish her a complete recovery. But no matter what happens, I do think it's time for the party to move on - when Obama's term is up look for someone else to emerge as the party's presidential candidate.
Way worse than earlier reported. I'm sure that's why they waited. This isn't good at all. Guessing a new nominee will now be quickly chosen.
It was okay for Cheney to run when he had a past heart attack. I guess it is only okay to run in this country if you are an old while male?
First, I hope everything works out well for Sec. Clintonm who is a great asset to our country.
But . . . it must be nice to have good government health insurance. If this was me, I'd already be dead, because I am uninsured since the cancer and would not have gotten to the doctor in time. It takes a month just to get a slot at the only free clinic that will serve me, and I would hesitate too long to go the emergency room.
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