Eric Holder hospitalized with shortness of breath, faintness


#1

From the Washington Times:
Attorney General Eric Holder was rushed to MedStar Washington Hospital Center after he experienced shortness of breath and faintness during his morning meeting with senior staff, the U.S. Justice Department said.
Prayers for his recovery.


#2

Hope it’s not heart trouble. Praying for Eric Holder’s full recovery.


#3

Same.


#4

Praying for his health & recovery.


#5

I’m suspicious. Democrats seem to suddenly become ill right when they are about to get in big trouble, but prayers are in order IF he is not faking.


#6

Prayers that he may get well soon. (Also, that the experience of being ill may give him a different perspective on certain issues…) :slight_smile:


#7

I have prayed for his health and recovery.


#8

Prayers for his soul.


#9

It could be an anxiety attack. Said a prayer.


#10

Oh no. I hope he will be ok.


#11

Praying for his soul in for a speedy recovery.

I’m also praying that the doctor he sees upholds the oath that he swore…

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#12

His shortness of breath was likely his consciences last gasps.

He’ll be fine in the morning.


#13

Uncharitable. We are to be charitable to all, even those we disagree with.


#14

Absolutely. Thankfully, he was discharged from the hospital yesterday afternoon and is apparently taking today to rest. Paramedics report that he was joking with them on the way to the hospital.

Now if he would just see fit to step down and take the next few years to rest…


#15

Discernment based on reasonable suspicion is not uncharitable, however it is uncharitable to call others uncharitable. :wink:


#16

Our Father, Who art in heaven
Hallowed be Thy Name;
Thy kingdom come,
Thy will be done,
on earth as it is in heaven.
Give us this day our daily bread,
and forgive us our trespasses,
as we forgive those who trespass against us;
and lead us not into temptation,
but deliver us from evil.

Amen.


#17

May he find rest in the arms of Jesus.


#18

Prayers for his recovery given.


#19

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