Washington (CNN) - Rep. Jesse Jackson Jr. has checked out of the Mayo Clinic, where he was being treated for bipolar depression, and is now back in Washington with his family, his chief of staff said Friday.
The 47-year-old Jackson had not been on Capitol Hill since late May.
Glad he is better. Hope he doesn't have to take a bunch of pills. Have had issues with the field of pysch. since my days as a nursing student in 1960.
So, we are electing bipolar depression guys to senate and congress. No wonder I am crying on senate/congress TERM-LIMITS. Obama12.
When is this man with mental illness going to quit?
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poor guy. this is just symptomatic of the dems party. always being bipolar.
we love you Americans...shhhh For your tax money shhhh, we hate you because you're really dumb and will listen to us..you would jump off a cliff if we asked you to.., we want all your money for your vote. ok, we'll have to give you something for it, after we tax others more inorder to give it to you.. we hate wall street but we'll gladly take their campaign donations.
yes jessy jr. keep everyone paying for your livelyhood because you couldn't make it on your own, like your family and dad, if it weren't for your taxpayer's check.
Bipolar disorder is hell. God bless you, Mr. Jackson.
Why does CNN think this is anyone's business?
I await the breaking news of which Congressional folks have had hemorrhoid surgery.
In other words, the news should be "Congressman Jackson is on medical leave", no more, no less.
Good, now we can throw this hack in jail for corruption in Illinois.
Good luck to you sir. It takes courage to understand there's a problem and it takes guts and determination to fix it.
I hope he takes his meds and stays on a healthy steady course. Thank God he recognized he had a problem. So many people don't.
It takes a big person to recognize they have a problem and do somethng about it.
It takes a little person to try to denigrate positive actions.