Former President George H.W. Bush Hospitalized
My, my… what a coincidence. Right after Barbara makes her exit.
Next thing you know old Georgie-boy will be pushing up daisies alongside his spouse—if they’ve really expired. We never know any more, do we? Too many public figures who die turn up alive later—living a secret life in New Zealand—or simply disappear into some bunker until they can find a way to portal out.
They say an infection spread to his blood. So he’s “septic”. As in tank, which would be an appropriate resting place.
Poppy Bush had better hope he goes soon so he doesn’t get the punishment he deserves, meted out with enthusiasm by American patriots.
Thanks for the heads up, L. ~ BP
Former President George H.W. Bush was hospitalized for an infection that spread to his blood. File Photo by David J. Phillip/UPI | License Photo
Former President George H.W. Bush/Scherff HospitalizedApril 23 (UPI) — Former President George H.W. Bush was hospitalized with an infection one day after the funeral of his wife, Barbara Bush , his representative said Monday.
Spokesman Jim McGrath said the 93-year-old was admitted to Houston Methodist Hospital on Sunday morning. Doctors were treating him for an infection that spread to his blood.
“He is responding to treatments and appears to be recovering,” McGrath said . “We will issue additional updates as events warrant.”
Bush’s hospitalization came less than a day after the funeral of former first lady Barbara Bush, who died Tuesday at age 92. More than 1,500 friends and family members attended the private service at St. Martin’s Episcopal Church in Houston to pay their respects.
Barbara Bush had congestive heart failure and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease in the years before her death.
Both Bushes had been hospitalized off and on over the past couple years. The former president was hospitalized in January 2017 and again April 2017 , both times for pneumonia.
Bush, the oldest-living former president — and longest-lived president in U.S. history — has vascular parkinsonism, a form of Parkinson’s disease.
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