Hillary - time for Bernie to come to the aid of the party?
Some say Parkinson's, some say "overheated" but even the casual observer must concede it all appears to be a bit much for Secretary Clinton.
Bernie will make a far better candidate than both she and Trump put together.
Wot he sed.
All that loopy campaigning must take it out of them, though.
My sources on the street are telling me that Hillary Clinton's security team has gotten word that there is a voodoo doll/Hillary's effigy somewhere
at Trump's campaign headquarters with all kinds of pins stuck in it; they are seeking a search warrant since that might be why she is ill.
Just saying that running for the office of president of the USA is, once again, holding to the truth that 'the end justifies the means' as we can, also once again, look forward to 4 more years of having all of us ride the slippery slope to hell as to what passes for the Rule Of Law.
HA! HA! Sob! Sob! (as in laughing to keep from crying).
It is being reported that Donald Trump sent a 'get well' greeting to Hillary while on the radio.
The word on the street is that Donald's wife, Melania, is cooking up a pot of homemade chicken soup to send over to Hillary (it's probable that sending chicken soup to someone who is ill is unique to American "customs").
The chicken soup has become a generic "get well" gesture. Though, I'd wonder what Hillary would think of a soup sent by her "rival".
By the way, one of the yet to be answered questions is when her legs "buckled", why she wasn't rushed to the nearest emergency room (called trauma
centers in some countries). No one has said that there was a doctor in her entourage who made an on the spot assessment (like her b/p, heart rate via
stethoscope, pulse, etc.,).
Also she is at the age where atrial fibrillation is a fairly common condition, and the first time it occurs (if indeed it was the first time) an EKG is usually done; and if there was no medical doctor in attendance to rule in/out atrial fib, a trip to the ER would be vital for an EKG.
The ruling elite of the Democrat Party rigged the process so that Bernie could not get the nomination. The prevailing opinion was that a
self-described Socialist could not win the Presidency.
I think it is too late for another candidate to get on the ballot in most states, if not all. Voting prep, including paper ballots and voting machine design, as well as early voting, absentee ballot voting, and voting by military persons overseas all require the list be determined early.
With respect to Hillary's health--I posted a link, earlier, to remarks critical of health problems she might be hiding (several of which would relate to her admitted brain injury, from which she has claimed full recovery).
After a recent marathon cough, she claimed she was coughing from allergies. Later, the information came out that she has pneumonia.
Pneumonia is usually quite treatable, with full recovery likely. It is certainly no bar to the Presidency.
It says a lot about Hillary's habitual lying that she would immediately say that the coughing was from allergies when it was a much more serious, but conquerable, condition. In her mind: why admit to something serious, when a lie will serve instead? That approach has been her go-to response through her whole political career.
The press here claimed she was having her pulse taken by a security guard with medical training en route to the vehicle. The photo looks like that might be the case.
I am sure that the entire planet, and most especially the posters on this board, are breathing a sigh of relief that Hillary (you the Hillary that
what's his name wife, and Cheesy's (something like that) mother) is back on the campaign trail today (09/15).
Her rather demanding schedule includes, "Clinton returns to the campaign trail with a rally in Greensboro (North Carolina) followed by a speech at a Congressional Hispanic Caucus gathering in Washington in the evening".
It will be interesting to see if she is now wearing a Medic Alert bracelet or pendant. I presume that all of you across the various ponds have some type of equivalent (maybe another name) for the Medic Alert stuff, what they're for, etc.,.
I for one sure wouldn't want to show up at some ER/trauma center [that I've never been to before] without the staff knowing anything about my medical history cause EVEN IF you wind up at one where you have been a patient previously they are *NOT* going to pull up your records to include calling your primary care physician (if you have one).
Relying on a family member/etc. to accompany you and provide that information may be a likely scenario, but there's no guarantee in this world that will ALWAYS happen. And a family member's most important role may well be one of advocate re the decision making process for treatment choices, especially in cases where the patient is disoriented/unconscious/etc.,.
And last but not least, don't expect the hospital to verify that the person accompanying someone to the ER is who they say they are via an ID, relationship, etc.,. I've never seen any stats on this but there are (at least a few instances) cases of someone showing up at some type of a medical service with falsified ID, i. e., NOT their real name, etc.,.
My mum had to wear one because she had a rare blood type.
We have medic alert here in OZ, SWMBO has one. We also have all of her medical history, and medications, recorded on her tablet
iPad) which the pharmacist at our regular hospital Loves! She wishes that all patients had it. Our govt is in the process of setting
up e-PAS (a centralised database of all patient records) which has, already paid for itself as far as we are concerned as, last visit to the hospital,
Deb's cardiologist went back over the last 10 or so years of blood works and, basically, gave her a haematology consult which identified cronic
anaemia that had been missed in the past because her bloods were borderline.
We are reliant on the public system and never have to pay for hospitalisations but sometimes have to wait for non urgent stuff which is fair enough.