Skip to comments.Former President George H.W. Bush released from hospital
Posted on 01/14/2013 12:02:23 PM PST by jazusamo
Former President George H.W. Bush was released from Methodist Hospital in Houston on Monday after being admitted in November.
An illness and complications stemming from a bronchitis-related cough extended his stay. The 88-year-old spent a week in intensive care.
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Best wishes to President Bush 41 and the family.
Best news I’ve heard all day..Thank God..he is a warrior for sure
Thank God. He’d been in there since around Thanksgiving.
Best wishes to President Bush 41 and the family."
I hope they can keep President Bush still and quiet so his recovery will go well.
No parachuting for now!
Thrilled to hear this news. A big thanks to the Oak Ridge Boys (the Oaks) for giving the President the boost he needed in his recovery. I’ll never forget that. (even though I’m no Elvira fan. ;-)
LOL! Yep, I'm hoping Barbara wins out and won't let him jump on his 90th. ;-)
I shook hands with old President Bush once, back when he was Vice President. He’s a polite man.
I’m glad he’s able to go home now, and I hope the family has a few more years to enjoy.
Ahhh c,mon! My heart's on fire for Elvira!
"Texas A&M at Qatar celebrates 10 years of excellence University celebrates a decade in Qatar with contribution to Her Highnesss newly launched Educate a Child initiative; hosts World Congress on Engineering Education as birthday gift to Qatar."
. . . . . . . . .. . . . There is a very disturbing pipeline that has been built in the last several years.
Here are the connections:
Texas A&M University >>> George H.W. Bush Presidential Library >>> Texas A&M university president Bob Gates >>> Texas A&M University - Qatar (now 10 years old ... branch campus) >>> Qatar government funds the Arab-spring - Muslim brotherhood to destabilize Tunisia, Libya, Egypt and Syria. >>>
Just heard this on the radio, welcome home President Bush!
It is good news!
Glad to hear it. The longer an elderly person is in the hospital, the less likely they are to come out upright.
Bless this man for the rest of his days.
I don’t think Barbara would ever let him; at least for now! ;-)