The Party of Compassion runs a sick woman

Hillary Clinton has been seriously stressed for most of her adult life, and since 2012, when she had her fall and sustained close-to-the-brain damage, she has been looking more and more impaired.

The Benghazi crisis broke on September 11, 2012, right before the second Obama election.  We have finally been told that Hillary was out of the decision loop on the night of Benghazi, because her closest aide, Huma Abedin, told her protective detail that she had to sleep instead of answering the phone.  The worst command failure on that crucial night was Washington's non-response to many urgent calls for help, followed by a top decision to tell the military "in extremis" rescue teams to stand down and do nothing.  Ambassador Stevens was "in extremis" (close to death), and the commander-in-chief did nothing.  The SecState was asleep for medical reasons. 

Those decisions had to come from the top because they countermanded longstanding legally binding military policies and procedures.  Hillary didn't answer that 3 am call, and neither did Obama. 

Hillary is now nearing age 70, when a lifetime of too much stress begins to take its toll.  Some of Hillary's recent news photos and videos show her wearing a bulky gown, perhaps to cover wearable medical equipment.  High-tech medicine can now include a small oxygen tank or an external blood supply, along with electronic monitors for vital signs.

The public has been told nothing.

Dr. Drew Pinsky, a reputable M.D. commentator on CNN, risked his job to raise the alarm in public.  The next day, he was fired – showing just how compassionate the left really is.

The other big media have been blocking news about Hillary's health almost unanimously.  Today's headlines report that 71% of the M.D.s in the American Association of Physicians and Surgeons are either "concerned" or "deeply concerned" about Hillary's health.

But the Party of Compassion doesn't care. 

Hillary's physical decline is not new.  She has looked increasingly impaired since her fall and concussion in 2012.  Soldiers who keep fighting in spite of wounds can be considered heroes.  But Hillary is a politician, and if she decides to retire from this physically dangerous campaign, who can blame her?

Under the tremendous stress of a presidential campaign she is taking more and more risks.  Yes, Hillary is surrounded by an emergency medical team, including a Secret Service member carrying an injection needle with some unexplained cocktail of drugs.  She has a history of blood clots.

But her medics can't provide the most important healing factor: rest and recuperation, without stress.  I apologize for making a joke here, but millions of people are being reminded of the movie Weekend at Bernie's.  We don't want to see Weekend at Hillary's.

Hillary is on the old-fashioned drug coumadin and other meds to prevent and treat strokes.  But a neurologist looking for asymmetrical face and body movements, trouble recalling words, and impaired self-control might advise her to check into a good Intensive Care Unit for rest and recuperation.  Her medical problems are serious, and they impair her fitness for office.  Now we have more than 70% of M.D.s in a national medical association sounding the alarm. 

What we are seeing is real cruelty – but then the Party of Compassion does lots of cruel things.  This is just the most obvious one.

If there are any honest liberals left, they should mount a Save Hillary web petition.  I am more than willing to sign it, because, believe it or not, the great majority of conservatives are compassionate, feeling people.  I don't want to see Hillary suffer.  It is grossly immoral for the Democrats, including Bill Clinton, to watch this tragedy and do nothing.  She needs an immediate transfer to an Intensive Care Unit. 

Eight weeks from now, we will be asked to vote for the most powerful political office in the world.  In eight weeks, Hillary is not likely to recover from her four-year illness. 

The country therefore has a 50-50 chance of electing a seriously ill person to the presidency.  Hillary's health threatens her, but it also poses a serious threat to the country.

Almost eight years ago, Americans voted for a Chicago "community organizer," with no experience for the job.  Hillary has had a lot more experience.  What is in question today is her judgment, her temperament, her political ideology, her Muslim Brotherhood money (via Huma Abedin), and now her health.

This is not a normal election.  Hillary's health crisis raises the stakes even higher.

Hillary Clinton has been seriously stressed for most of her adult life, and since 2012, when she had her fall and sustained close-to-the-brain damage, she has been looking more and more impaired.

The Benghazi crisis broke on September 11, 2012, right before the second Obama election.  We have finally been told that Hillary was out of the decision loop on the night of Benghazi, because her closest aide, Huma Abedin, told her protective detail that she had to sleep instead of answering the phone.  The worst command failure on that crucial night was Washington's non-response to many urgent calls for help, followed by a top decision to tell the military "in extremis" rescue teams to stand down and do nothing.  Ambassador Stevens was "in extremis" (close to death), and the commander-in-chief did nothing.  The SecState was asleep for medical reasons. 

Those decisions had to come from the top because they countermanded longstanding legally binding military policies and procedures.  Hillary didn't answer that 3 am call, and neither did Obama. 

Hillary is now nearing age 70, when a lifetime of too much stress begins to take its toll.  Some of Hillary's recent news photos and videos show her wearing a bulky gown, perhaps to cover wearable medical equipment.  High-tech medicine can now include a small oxygen tank or an external blood supply, along with electronic monitors for vital signs.

The public has been told nothing.

Dr. Drew Pinsky, a reputable M.D. commentator on CNN, risked his job to raise the alarm in public.  The next day, he was fired – showing just how compassionate the left really is.

The other big media have been blocking news about Hillary's health almost unanimously.  Today's headlines report that 71% of the M.D.s in the American Association of Physicians and Surgeons are either "concerned" or "deeply concerned" about Hillary's health.

But the Party of Compassion doesn't care. 

Hillary's physical decline is not new.  She has looked increasingly impaired since her fall and concussion in 2012.  Soldiers who keep fighting in spite of wounds can be considered heroes.  But Hillary is a politician, and if she decides to retire from this physically dangerous campaign, who can blame her?

Under the tremendous stress of a presidential campaign she is taking more and more risks.  Yes, Hillary is surrounded by an emergency medical team, including a Secret Service member carrying an injection needle with some unexplained cocktail of drugs.  She has a history of blood clots.

But her medics can't provide the most important healing factor: rest and recuperation, without stress.  I apologize for making a joke here, but millions of people are being reminded of the movie Weekend at Bernie's.  We don't want to see Weekend at Hillary's.

Hillary is on the old-fashioned drug coumadin and other meds to prevent and treat strokes.  But a neurologist looking for asymmetrical face and body movements, trouble recalling words, and impaired self-control might advise her to check into a good Intensive Care Unit for rest and recuperation.  Her medical problems are serious, and they impair her fitness for office.  Now we have more than 70% of M.D.s in a national medical association sounding the alarm. 

What we are seeing is real cruelty – but then the Party of Compassion does lots of cruel things.  This is just the most obvious one.

If there are any honest liberals left, they should mount a Save Hillary web petition.  I am more than willing to sign it, because, believe it or not, the great majority of conservatives are compassionate, feeling people.  I don't want to see Hillary suffer.  It is grossly immoral for the Democrats, including Bill Clinton, to watch this tragedy and do nothing.  She needs an immediate transfer to an Intensive Care Unit. 

Eight weeks from now, we will be asked to vote for the most powerful political office in the world.  In eight weeks, Hillary is not likely to recover from her four-year illness. 

The country therefore has a 50-50 chance of electing a seriously ill person to the presidency.  Hillary's health threatens her, but it also poses a serious threat to the country.

Almost eight years ago, Americans voted for a Chicago "community organizer," with no experience for the job.  Hillary has had a lot more experience.  What is in question today is her judgment, her temperament, her political ideology, her Muslim Brotherhood money (via Huma Abedin), and now her health.

This is not a normal election.  Hillary's health crisis raises the stakes even higher.