The Associated Press was kind enough to remind us this morning that she’s not “SICK“.
She’s a HERO

Clinton has history of ignoring health _ and paying a price

The White House was submerged in scandal. Democrats faced tough midterm elections. And Hillary Clinton, far more popular than her embattled husband, had become a one-woman campaign machine.

But the nonstop travel in 1998 took a toll. Clinton developed a blood clot behind her right knee, prompting the White House doctor to recommend hospitalization and a week of bedrest.

Determined to stay on the campaign trail, Clinton settled on an alternative: A nurse would travel with her to administer the medicine needed to monitor her health. She kept her condition a secret from nearly everyone but her Secret Service detail, alerted only because an injury could have been life-threatening.

“Very few people knew about it at the time,” recalled Dr. Connie Mariano in her autobiography. “Her staff thought she had pulled a muscle exercising.”

I’m not going to be able to catch a wink of sleep tonight, with the guilt washing over me in repetitive waves.

YOU should be sleepless as well. BASTARDS.


  1. JeffS says:

    When ANY elderly person (and 68 is certainly within that description) collapses like a marionette with the strings cut, there’s an underlying health issue to be concerned about.

    When that same person, with known, shall we say, truth issues, is running for the Presidency, yeah, I’m going to be a heartless bastard, and call Hillary out.

    But then, I do care what happens to America. Unlike the DNC and Clinton Clan.

  2. Syd B. says:

    Did anyone notice that, unlike the Chris Stevens episode, Hillary sent someone back to retrieve her shoe.

  3. aelfheld says:

    Syd B., you gotta have priorities.

  4. Kathy Kinsley says:

    @Syd – not fast enough. Google Hillary’s shoe and you’ll find a pic or two – at least until twitter takes them down.

  5. Kathy Kinsley says:

    @JeffS – I’m beginning to feel sorry for her – I’m think she’s got senile dementia – and someone is pushing her/encouraging her to think she can rule the world.

  6. Kathy Kinsley says:

    Worse yet, I have no idea why – or what their plan could be?

  7. Kathy Kinsley says:

    P.S. And my mother had Alzheimer’s – I’ve dealt with senile dementia.

  8. JeffS says:

    Kathy, my condolences on your mother. I’ve had relatives and friends dementia as well. And Parkinson’s. I do not envy Hillary’s personal situation at all.

    As for “…what their plan could be?”, look up the phrase “power behind the throne”. And be afraid.

    Can it happen in the US? Yes. It HAS happened. Woodrow Wilson had a stroke in 1919, and legend has it his wife and a few others actually ran the country.

    And then we’ve had the batshit crazy and/or senile members of Congress, propped up by their handlers, i.e., Congressional staff.

  9. tree hugging sister says:

    The SHOE was WORTH something to her, Syd. She might have even had to spend HER OWN money to PAY for it, so…

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