Senator Harry Reid, the majority leader, was hospitalized Friday after falling ill in the morning, his office said.
Mr. Reid, who just turned 74, was going to remain in the hospital as a precaution. As a result, he will not be presiding over the Senate‚Äôs final day of business this year.
The Senate, which has been going through a tumultuous last two weeks as Republicans and Democrats feuded over nominations and legislation, resolved the stalemate late Thursday night and agreed to finish up on Friday. Senators will return in early January....
Personally, I would never wish death on anyone...not even my worst enemy. Eternity is forever; never ending, no light at the end of the tunnel, no hope, nothing buy utter misery and unimaginable pain. No matter how bad someone might be, no matter what they have done, I believe in allowing them every possible breath in the hopes that they will at some point be saved and saved from an eternity, burning alive in the lake of fire.
Jim Lincoln wrote: No, he wouldn't have what is originally GOPcare...
Good after Jim from Lincoln, looks like we are due for a repost, until you get it correct. Have a good one, my friend.
Jim, please explain how a plan that was advocated by Jimmy Carter, Edward Kennedy, Hubert Humphrey, etc. in 1976 is some how the brain child of the republicans 13 years later? But alas apparently we did not go back far enough to its democratic (progressive) roots. The following is from a speech better than a decade before Obamacare given by a group that favored universal health via the government. They readily acknowledge its democratic roots.
No, he wouldn't have what is originally GOPcare, because it doesn't start until next year. No if the ACA provided the same care that Senators and Congressmen get, that would be better than Platinum care!