Skip to comments.Teresa Heinz Kerry Hospitalized in Critical But Stable Condition (Flown to Mass General in Boston)
Posted on 07/07/2013 5:16:16 PM PDT by jimbo123
Teresa Heinz Kerry was in critical but stable condition at a Boston hospital after being transferred there from a hospital in Nantucket, where she and husband Secretary of State John Kerry were vacationing.
A family spokesman said that Heinz Kerry was transferred to Massachusetts General Hospital from Nantucket Cottage Hospital, where she was taken by ambulance earlier today.
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Despite what we may think of her or her husband, prayers that she will be OK.
Agree. Prayers sent.
She is not a person whom gives a $hit about peons from the left/center/right. She is an inheritance opportunist and nothing else.
Respiratory arrest from either of those?
FWIW, getting from Nantucket to a Boston hospital on July 4 weekend is a major nightmare, and it’s that far to get to a decent hospital. I would guess that on Nantucket for a holiday weekend the most quickly available transportation would be a private jet.
Am I supposed to treat one of the least valuable life forms on the planet with special consideration?
Nantucket is full of private jets all summer long.
omg john f’n kerry finally killed her.
Hope she wrote Lurch out of the will.
Wow Obama care covers medivac
Yeh sounds like stroke or heart attack.
Polonium sushi ?
A look at how major donors relate to
Tides is quite eye-opening. For instance,
in 2001 the Tides Foundation and the Heinz
Endowments, which are based in Pittsburgh,
opened the Tides Center of Western
Pennsylvania, also based in Pittsburgh.
The chairman of the Howard Heinz Endowment
is Teresa Heinz Kerry, widow of the
late John Heinz, the Pennsylvania Republican
senator, and wife of Senator John
Kerry (D-MA), a candidate for President in
2004. The Howard Heinz Endowment had
2001 assets of $788,633,056. Between 1995
and 2001 it donated $4,298,500 to the Tides
Foundation and Center. Howard Heinzs
father (and John Heinz great-grandfather)
founded the Heinz food company. The
Howard Heinz Endowment, and a separate
Vira Heinz Endowment make up the Heinz
In 2002, the two Heinz endowments
donated $150,000 to the Tides Center and
$1,050,000 to the Tides Center for Western
Pennsylvania. The Western Pennsylvania
Centers priorities focus on the local environment,
land use and sustainability;
however, its list of 33 projects also includes
support for the 50,000 member Student
Environmental Action Coalition,
which has 2200 chapters nationwide; the
Pennsylvania Energy Project II which promotes
the development of green businesses;
and Global Connections, which
promotes a more active engagement in foreign
policy with Latin American, Africa
and Asia.Sometimes the money flow reverses.
The Heinz Endowments reports
that it receives money from the Tides Center
to fund a Pennsylvania Chemical Strategies
Partnership Project, which educates
chemical suppliers and customers in how
to reduce chemical use.
Lord knows what she’s done since 2003...
Wow! I hope I’m not supposed to care about this.
Possible Ketchup overdose? That could be serious.
Point of order, obama didn't say pain pill, he said pain killer.
When you think of obamacare, think of killer...
Gin soaked raisins.
why? I guess you missed 2004
Not good. I just watched a “The First 48” marathon. Every time someone went to the hospital... “they died.”
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