BOSTON (CNN) - Sen. Edward Kennedy, who was hospitalized Saturday after suffering a seizure at his home in Hyannisport, will be released from the hospital this morning about 10, his doctors said.
Obama needs you. Who will lead him around by the nose if you don't make it? I almost forgot about Kerry, never mind.
I agree with Former President Carter..Hillary is way too strong for the VP position. Everyone would look to her for answers and he would end up a lame duck. I don't know where he will find a running mate that would be weaker then he is. Maybe Dodd or Richardson? I will write Hillary Clinton on my ballot in November, I will not vote for a Mondale clone.
Hey Beatrice in Boston..... grow up.
If you can't be nice to him atleast don't be mean....Having lost a parent to a malignancy recently, I know how hard it is for the family to go through the cycles of chemo and other treatment- not knowing what tomorrow holds for them.....may the Senator and his family have the strength to fight this illness....We have you in our prayers....
K and Bruce, I am glad you are there, I thought I was the lone historian. Go soon, Toady, spare us the drama.
If I told you that a man was a drunk, abused his wife (first one) and messed around on her AND killed someone, what would you say? Oh, I forgot to add that his name is Kennedy. If he were J. Smith, you would be kicking him on his way to the gas chamber.
I don't remember this outpouring for Mary Jo.
Anyone who doesn't vote for Obama is a racist?
God Bless you Senator Kennedy!
Wait 'til the Repubs start educating the voters about "Black Liberation Theology".
When this fiasco is dissected, it will become obvious that Kennedy was the fool that started this inta-party war, and will go down in history as the destroyer of the Dem party.
I wonder what our political system will be like after the old guard
hands the riens over to the new. Kennedy was a fighter, yet;
those like obama, pelosi seem not to posses the intestinal fortitude
for a long protracted political struggle.
Kennedys legacy will be his long struggle in human rights in the face
of tremendous adversity, even up to and including now.
I can empathize with what Senator Kennedy is going thru. I when thru cancer treatment 5 years ago. Although it wasn't a brain tumor, my doctors surgically removed a malignant tumor, after which I had additional treatment.
The process is obviously stressful on the patient as well as on all of the family members. I pray that the Senator responds well to his treatment and that God will be give him more time with his family and America.