Chief Justice John Roberts suffers “benign idiopathic seizure”

Chief Justice John Roberts 

UPDATE: Guess what!  Now, I am a purveyor of hate speech, because I pointed out what left-nuts have said on leftosphere blogs wishing John Roberts death, etc.  Oh, well.  ;-)

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UPDATE:   Quick!  Someone notify the dKos, DemocraticUnderground, HuffingtonPost and Wonkette.  Justice John Roberts was released from the hospital and returned home Tuesday.  This may put a damper on their spirits, as their hopes and dreams are dashed with the news.

Chief Justice John Roberts walked out of a hospital in Maine Tuesday, released a day after he suffered a seizure. The White House said he told President Bush he was doing fine.

Roberts strode briskly out of the Penobscot Bay Medical Center in Rockport, Maine, wearing a blue sport coat, open collar shirt and slacks. He waved to onlookers before getting into a waiting sports utility vehicle for a short trip to a dock, where he then took a pontoon boat to his summer home on Hupper Island, near Port Clyde, Maine.

Roberts had no response when a reporter hollered, “How are you feeling?”

The chief justice, 52, plans to continue his summer vacation, Supreme Court spokeswoman Kathy Arberg said. She said that doctors found no cause for concern after evaluating Roberts.  read more…

 

Darn it all!  He even had the nerve to tell the president that he is “doing fine.”  Can you imagine the nerve?

I just know that there is some weeping and gnashing of teeth over in the Leftosphere today.

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UPDATE: Glenn Reynolds at Instapundit points us to Patterico, who refers us to a rumor at Wonkette.

“Chief Justice John Roberts has died in his summer home in Maine. No, not really, but we know you have your fingers crossed.”

More ill will from the nutroots for our Chief Justice of the Supreme Court.

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UPDATE: Lonewacko has comments from the Democratic Underground.  As you can imagine, they are hate-filled diatribes.

aquart: Unless he fell on his head, it ain’t nuttin’. He can break pretty much anything and still go back to work. Look at Corzine.

ThomCat: I hate to wish anyone ill, but I hope his tenure on the supreme court is a short one.

kaygore: If there is a God, then he is not too young to become the right-hand maiden to Satan in the inner reaches of Hell.

antifaschits: [responding to a request for prayers] why? karma, if it exists, will probably kick this SOB in the teeth. Except, unlike 40,000,000 americans, he has access to the best of the best health care plans in the world. If, unexpectedly, he sees his own frail human life, his ability to suffer and die, his future pass before his eyes, like it does to hundreds of thousands each day in this country, if it educates him about the harm he inflicts on others, then, yeah, I can see hoping for him. But more likely than not, he won’t. He will not recognize life as most of us see it. He will continue in his neocon way of viewing things, and simply add fat to the fire when he recovers and returns to the bench.

aquart: Was there lightning?

aquart: [responding to the request for prayers] Okay: Dear Lord, May the evil John Roberts does come back to him and only him, from every place it has gone, from everyone it has harmed.

kaygore: Better prayer. Dear God, Please release Satan’s hand-maiden, John Roberts, from his worldly cares and allow him to join once again with the Prince of Darkness in the lowest reaches of Hell. We pray this in the name of your son, our lord, Jesus. Amen.

Bornaginhooligan: I prayed. But it didn’t come true.

read more…

Ahhhhh!  The party of tolerance and compassion (Disclaimer: except for conservatives and anyone else that doesn’t tow our party line.)

And, they say Michelle Malkin is a purveyor of hate speech?  Good grief!

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H/T from Michelle Malkin on this breaking news. 

Fox News reports that Chief Justice John Roberts suffered a “benign idiopathic seizure”. 

Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts suffered what doctors are describing as a “benign idiopathic seizure,” causing him to fall Monday at his summer home in Maine.

He is staying in Penobscot Bay Medical Center overnight for observation, court officials told FOX News.

Roberts was at his home on Hupper Island around 2 p.m. ET when he suffered the seizure and fell. The fall caused minor scrapes, Supreme Court spokeswoman Kathy Arberg said.

Roberts, 52, was transported by boat and then ambulance from his summer home, a journey of some 40 miles. At Pen Bay Medical Center, he underwent a “thorough neurological evaluation, which revealed no cause for concern,” Arberg said in a statement.

Roberts was “alert” upon arrival at the hospital, and endured several hours of exams, Arberg said. He is said to have “fully recovered.”

Candice Davis, an EMT with St. George Rescue Squad who drove Roberts in the ambulance, told WPFO-TV that Roberts may have hit his head when he fell off a boat ramp, but he had no obvious physical injuries and was alert and conscious the whole time. 

Davis said she didn’t know who she was transporting until she arrived at the hospital in Rockland and was told who Roberts is.

A benign idiopathic seizure means the episode appears to be harmless and “of no known cause.” Steven Garner of New York Methodist Hospital said if Roberts has a previous history of seizures, Monday’s incident may be less serious than a newly-emerging problem.

“We just may have a malfunction in the circuits, the way that brain cells talk to one another,” said Garner, who did not examine Roberts. Garner said taking medication, drinking alcohol or certain periods of stress can all bring on seizures.    more…

We should all keep Justice Roberts and his family in our prayers for a full and speedy recovery. 

However, a few commenters at Think Progress can’t resist taking stabs at John Roberts, while he is suffering, like:

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    • I hope its due to an inoperable brain tumor. – Comment by angryvietnamvet — July 30, 2007 @ 8:05 pm 
    • Maybe it was “DUHbya’s Almighty: telling him he had gone a little too far. - Commentt by Clyde the Ripper — July 30, 2007 @ 8:08 pm
    • It won’t affect his work, since he’s not been known for using his brain. – Comment by ronjazz — July 30, 2007 @ 8:06 pm

Nice to know that the party of compassion and tolerance has John Roberts in their thoughts and prayers too, huh?  Geez! 

Others posting on this topic: Ace of Spades HQ, Bill’s Bites, universityupdate.com, Rhymes With Right, Charlotte Conservative News, Ann Althouse, Texas Rainmaker, Ed Driscoll

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29 Responses to “Chief Justice John Roberts suffers “benign idiopathic seizure””

  1. Ed Driscoll.com Says:

    Wonkette’s Weekly Wipe Out

    In a post titled, “An Ideology of Hate”, John Hinderaker writes:Chief Justice John Roberts, in my view the most extravagantly qualified Supreme Court nominee in my lifetime, had a “benign idiopathic seizure” today. He’s fine, but might be placed o…

  2. Sarcasm is One Thing . . . at larryhuffman.org Says:

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  3. wailin Says:

    They said he was frothing at the mouth. That spells rabies to me. Perhaps Good Ol’ Cheney will take him out back, like in Old Yeller, and shoot him in the face. He did it once, so I’m sure he could do it again.

    In all seriousness it makes no difference if he had a seizure. He is a Justice, and surprisingly hasn’t been as far right as feared.

  4. truthmattersfa Says:

    My website has a couple of “choice” comments left at the HuffPo even after Arianna Huffington promised on Hannity’s America 1 week ago

    “If anybody wishes harm, or death, or any kind of harm to anyone, I will take it down”

    http://truthmattersfa.blogspot.com/

  5. totaltransformation Says:

    This kind of hatred is disgusting and pathological. This is the progressive side of politics wishing death on someone who they disagree with. But this gets back to the problem with the modern left in this nation, disagreeing with them means you are certainly an evil person worthy of the worst this world has to offer. Why can’t the left disagree without the anger and hate?

  6. A.W. Says:

    Here’s my question… what do they hate so much about the guy?

    I mean, let’s see here. he had two opinions i know of that mattered. one was against mccain feingold. the other was against partial birth abortion. um, and what part of that inspires so much hate?

    This is proof that the left has a frightening legion who sits around hating anyone they are told to, or just anyone on the right. I’ve never seen anything like this–such mindless hate.

  7. gspence1173 Says:

    I have to say, I don’t really like to lean left or right when it comes to a severe medical seizure. The man had a seizure–and it sounds like a serious one at that. Why gloat over it? Or politicize it—in any direction?

    totaltransformation, I agree w/a lot of your last post, but not everyone in ‘the left’ (or ‘the right’ for that matter) hates Roberts.

  8. totaltransformation Says:

    “totaltransformation, I agree w/a lot of your last post, but not everyone in ‘the left’ (or ‘the right’ for that matter) hates Roberts.”

    I don’t believe so either- I have several friends on the left who are very good folks who don’t hold my far right libertarian beliefs against me. Moreover, having lived through the impeachment and seen the hate directed at President Clinton I know that the far right isn’t immune from vitriolic dialogue. But I’ve noticed in the last few years that on sites like Democratic Underground, in dealing with the people who called me when I worked on campus leading a libertarian group, and just discussing politics on multiple college campuses that those on the left who I disagreed with were quick to classify me as evil and unloving when I disagreed with them. They were for more likely to shout at me, threaten my physically, and otherwise more likely to turn to rudeness and insults than others.

    Furthermore, as a rather radical libertarian I have plenty of disagreements with folks who consider themselves Republicans, but I find them for more willing to let our differences sit and chalk them up to different assumptions, interpretations of the facts, etc., as opposed to me being hateful mean person who would leave women and children to suffer in the street.

    I think the problem comes down to this. I have met very few people who I would let political disagreements stop me from befriending them or having a drink with them. Sadly, I think there are far too many folks on the radical left (and even the left of center group) who would let political differences keep them from even associating with people like me. And I think this derives from a thought pattern peculiar to the American left that their actions are righteous and so well intentioned that disagreement means you are labeled as mean-spirited and hateful.

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  10. onemorecup Says:

    gspence1173,

    Brilliant post and I concur 100% without prejudice! What concerns me however is the plain and simple fact of “…The man had a seizure–and it sounds like a serious one at that.” (Quote from your post.)

    In my experience seizures with known origin or unknown origin are indeed serious matters. In my very humble opinion I feel as though everyone from the Hill to Hell is stating something albeit the content is not nice.

    As for me, seizures are NOT normal. Just because it is of “unknown origin” does not make it any less serious. Cheers! (Damn this site is nice!)

    Onemorecup

  11. Saeed Tiwana Says:

    This may be a blood-clot close to his nose and brain. I feel he’ll recover. It is not epilepsy. It is just an aftermath of allowing water to go inside his ears. A dentist can xray the two inches dia from his nose. Guys, dont joke with humans. God doesnt like it. ( Bush and Pakistan’s Musharraf to note) High and mighty can be thrown with just a mosquito in the nose! Life is short and good deeds dont fall; all else falls.

  12. wailin Says:

    It will be politicized by everyone. This blog is doing it now. Instead of letting people have their words and taking the higher ground of silence This comes along to bash people doing the bashing. That is politicizing it to demonize people with different beliefs. So it’s okay for the right but not the left?

    The extreme fringes of the left AND right are just as bad. Do we not remember people protesting gay marriage at the funerals of soldiers? How is that any better?

    Fact of the matter is, a majority of people are probably more in the middle. We look at the far left AND far right and go “You know, that’s just not right.” Just as well, you can’t take the words of extremist people on the internet to be anything more than an attempt to make inflammatory statements that fuel the arguments. Especially because it’s working.

    And as another example of disagreements demonizing someone, how long have we heard cries of “If you don’t support the war you hate the troops” and “If you’re not with us, you’re against us”? The problem is just as bad on both sides. Accept that and maybe some progress can be made.

  13. totaltransformation Says:

    “In my experience seizures with known origin or unknown origin are indeed serious matters.”

    Speaking from personal experience I had two seizures of unknown origins when I was 10 years old. I took anti-seizure meds for three years. I got off them despite an E.E.G. that was still considered abnormal. Haven’t had a seizure in well over 18 years now.

    I still remember the doctor explaining how odd seizures can be. Sometimes striking people repeatedly and sometimes showing up once or twice and never happening again (even without anti-seizure meds).

    “Instead of letting people have their words and taking the higher ground of silence This comes along to bash people doing the bashing”

    Rather interesting rhetorical sleight of hand. Are the people who correct the “too bad Roberts didn’t die” crowd as bad as those who claimed it was “too bad Roberts didn’t die”? Are those who wish Roberts died from his seizure any worse than those who find those kind of statements appalling? Moreover, if you think the moral high ground means remaining silent in the face of such conduct, then shouldn’t you remain silent instead of correcting those who corrected the original offenders? Or does the high road of silence end before the third person comments? An interesting bunch of questions indeed.

  14. wailin Says:

    But you fail to mention I didn’t bash anyone who did the responding either. It was also in response to the idea that this is being politicized by one side alone. The high road of silence is actually that of tolerance for the opinions of others, in my opinion. Something very few people actually do, though they preach it. No, I may have made observations but not bashing as others here have.

    “And I think this derives from a thought pattern peculiar to the American left that their actions are righteous and so well intentioned that disagreement means you are labeled as mean-spirited and hateful.”

    You claim that’s only left. Really? I mean, think about it. Who believes they’re more righteous than the far right? They have god on their side, after all. Or is it okay for them to feel that way and noone else? Actually, no you’re not. You address issues on both sides but talk about your own experience, which is the way it should be done. But anything can be taken poorly when you cut out a lot of it.

    The thing I find most appalling honestly is that the fringe is being called the whole, and we all know that’s not true. I’m more centerist with leftist tendencies. Does that make me mean-spirited and hateful? I don’t think I have been as yet, except to the minority of extremists on BOTH sides.

    In short: I don’t wish death on John Roberts, I think doing so is not exactly right, and both sides are just as crazy when they’re on the internet.

  15. wailin Says:

    I am having though. Always nice to have a discussion.

  16. crushliberalism Says:

    It will be politicized by everyone. This blog is doing it now.

    As are you, especially with your “let Cheney shoot him” comment. Stones and glass houses are coming to mind right now.

    Instead of letting people have their words and taking the higher ground of silence…

    You mean the higher ground you didn’t take, either? Yeah, we tend to respond to barking moonbats who wish the VP would cap a Supreme Court Justice. We’re funny that way.

    …This comes along to bash people doing the bashing. That is politicizing it to demonize people with different beliefs.

    Jeffrey Dahmer and Ted Bundy had “different beliefs”, but I think it’s safe to say that it’s cool to demonize them. The only difference between Dahmer/Bundy and the moonbats who want Justice Roberts dead is that the ‘bats want someone else to do their killing while Dahmer/Bundy did their own. The mental instability between the ‘bats and Dahmer/Bundy is the same.

    The extreme fringes of the left AND right are just as bad.

    True, but it sure seems weird that we see these “extreme fringes” on the left FAR more often than on the right.

    Do we not remember people protesting gay marriage at the funerals of soldiers?

    Yes, and that was Fred Phelps leading that charge…and he’s a Democrat!

  17. wailin Says:

    Yes, because I said “I wish he was dead.” Did you read later that I actually said I don’t? Or perhaps it was a silly observation because he was reportedly ‘foaming at the mouth’ and Cheney once shot a man in the face accidentally. Some people have no sense of humor. Perhaps a smiley would have made it an obvious joke?

    Sure, they had different beliefs but actually killed people. One of which consumed them later as well. That’s still far from saying “I wish (insert person disliked) was dead” which I never even said.

    And I did take the higher ground, thanks. Because I didn’t become inflammatory at one side over another. That is actually what you’re doing with the ‘barking moonbats’, honestly. Stone in glass houses, indeed.

    Democrat or not, the rallying cry against homosexuals comes from the far right moreso than any other. I’m actually sorry that was not an example of the far right and apologize for the lack of information on my end, but I also notice you didn’t address the others I brought up.

    And as far as the fringes go, the biggest example on the right is President Bush himself. Is there a better example than that of that extreme? Then again, perhaps I’m a moonbat for simply disagreeing with you on that one.

    To top it off, I don’t support the war because our troops AND Iraqi civilians are dieing daily. But we hardly hear the civilian side of things. All of them would benefit were funding to be cut, causing a withdrawal to bring them home where they are truly safe and actually be able to protect us from a real threat of attack. Does that make me a moonbat too?

    At the end of the day, none of this matters. Roberts is recovering, which is good. The political implications of his seizure were nonexistant until people inserted personal opinions, and those are by people who don’t make policy anyhow.

  18. VOJ Says:

    We seem to be getting off-track with the comments for this post. Discourse is good but let’s try to keep them on topic. Thanks. ;-) – VOJ

  19. Maddy Says:

    This way to the left hombre wishes nothing but the best for Mr. Roberts,
    I don’t agree with anything he stands for but he is first and foremost a human being like me and to wish him ill is morally wrong and counterproductive. Your glee at pointing to the left is as always misguided and uninformed

  20. dave Says:

    Three words: Little. Green. Footballs.

    We’re done here, browshirts. Go back to sucking your paymasters’ c**ks.

    Sorry, folks. I had to edit a couple of letters out of dave’s comment because his intelligent quotient must have limited his vocabulary too severely in his compassionate and tolerance filled response. – VOJ

  21. buzz Says:

    Dave isn’t too terribly bright is he? See, Dave what intelligent people do is argue their case with facts and examples. What you did was give three little words that you didn’t connect to the topic at hand, then call people you disagree with nazi’s. (showing that you either have no idea what a nazi really was, especially when its contained in a post with a number of examples of people on your side wishing death on someone because….well, he is a Republican. Almost like a nazi would)

    I would be willing to bet none of them, including Dave, have any idea of what issues faced the Supreme Court this year, how those issues were decided, how Roberts voted, and if he wrote the opinion what he said. Most of them are like little monkeys, throwing “NEOCON” like so much feces. You do know some of us are Original Conservatives and it hurts our feelings when you only slam the neo’s.

  22. buzz Says:

    wailen-”I’m actually sorry that was not an example of the far right and apologize for the lack of information on my end, but I also notice you didn’t address the others I brought up.

    Since the nutjob Phelps has already been revealed as a democrat I will tackle the other two examples.

    “how long have we heard cries of “If you don’t support the war you hate the troops””
    Well, the democrats started complaining about this around the time the war started. Yet no one on the Republican side ever said that. This is much like the little baby democrat stamping his foot complaining that no one better question my patriotism, yet the only one bringing it up is him.

    “If you’re not with us, you’re against us”?
    Pretty much the same thing. The president used a somewhat similar phrase to point out to the countries that harbored and supported the terrorists need to make a choice. Are you claiming to harbor and support terrorism? Or are you as above, attributing something that the democrats created and ran with until it became conventional wisdom?

    “And as far as the fringes go, the biggest example on the right is President Bush himself. Is there a better example than that of that extreme? ”
    Well, yeah. Almost any conservative is farther to the right than Bush. This is why I can’t take you or anyone else who says something like that seriously. The only way you could possibly think Bush is conservative, let alone on the fringe right, is if you haven’t bothered to pay attention the last 6 years or so. Do a little independent research.

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  25. Lyle G. Says:

    I seem to recall that some ‘Christian’ were preying for liberal judges to die.

  26. VOJ Says:

    On 8/22/07 at 11:55am, Lyle G. wrote:

    I seem to recall that some ‘Christian’ were preying for liberal judges to die.”

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    I do not recall an situation like you have indicated, Lyle.

    But, regardless, I will reiterate, as I did in another post on the topic of ‘hate speech’, – “…hate speech by anyone is wrong – left or right, Democrat or Republican or Independent…” – VOJ

  27. Joe J Says:

    Several have commented that you hear more vitriol from the left, more hatred, etc. And yet names like Ann Coulter, Rush Limbaugh, Pat Robertson, Dan Savage and Glenn Beck are far more well-known than commentators on the left. Since posters here have been covering the left, here’s a little reminder from the right:

    “I tell people don’t kill all the liberals. Leave enough so we can have two on every campus—
    living fossils—so we will never forget what these people stood for.”
    - Rush Limbaugh, Denver Post, 12-29-95

    “I would warn Orlando that you’re right in the way of some serious hurricanes, and I don’t think
    I’d be waving those flags in God’s face if I were you. This is not a message of hate;
    this is a message of redemption. But a condition like this will bring about the destruction of
    your nation. It’ll bring about terrorist bombs; it’ll bring earthquakes, tornadoes and possibly
    a meteor.”
    - Pat Robertson, speaking of organizers putting rainbow flags up around Orlando to support sexual diversity, The Washington Post, 06-10-98. For the record, Orlando remains undestroyed by meteors.

    “Environmentalists are a socialist group of individuals that are the tool of the Democrat Party.
    I’m proud to say that they are my enemy. They are not Americans, never have been Americans,
    never will be Americans.”
    - Rep. Don Young (R-Alaska), Alaska Public Radio, 08-19-96

    “Get rid of the guy. Impeach him, censure him, assassinate him.”
    - Rep. James Hansen (R-Utah), talking about President Clinton, as reported by journalist
    Steve Miner of KSUB radio who overheard his conversation, 11-01-98

    “We’re going to keep building the party until we’re hunting Democrats with dogs.”
    - Sen. Phil Gramm (R-Texas), Mother Jones, 08-95

    “My only regret with Timothy McVeigh is he did not go to The New York Times building.”
    - Ann Coulter, The New York Observer, 08-26-02

    “Chelsea is a Clinton. She bears the taint; and though not prosecutable in law, in custom and
    nature the taint cannot be ignored. All the great despotisms of the past—I’m not arguing for
    despotism as a principle, but they sure knew how to deal with potential trouble —
    recognized that the families of objectionable citizens were a continuing threat. In Stalin’s
    penal code it was a crime to be the wife or child of an ‘enemy of the people.’ The Nazis
    used the same principle, which they called Sippenhaft, ‘clan liability.’ In Imperial China,
    enemies of the state were punished ‘to the ninth degree’: that is, everyone in the offender’s
    own generation would be killed and everyone related via four generations up, to the
    great-great-grandparents, and four generations down, to the great-great-grandchildren,
    would also be killed.”
    - John Derbyshire, National Review, 02-15-01

    “We need to execute people like John Walker in order to physically intimidate liberals,
    by making them realize that they can be killed, too. Otherwise, they will turn out to be
    outright traitors.”
    - Ann Coulter, at the Conservative Political Action Conference, 02-26-02

    Unfortunately, there is plenty of hate to go around. To only see it on one side or the other is a problem. To be aware that it’s on both sides, but present as being on only one is just disingenuous.

  28. ZuZu Says:

    Looking for your outrage over comments like this:

    “We need somebody to put rat poisoning in Justice Stevens’ creme brulee.”

    “If we find out someone [referring to a terrorist] is going to attack the Supreme Court next week, can’t we tell Roberts, Alito, Thomas and Scalito?”

    Which, let us note, were not uttered by anonymous nuts in chatrooms, but by one of the more high-profile representatives of the right, Ann Coulter…on the public stage.

  29. VOJ Says:

    ZuZu,

    Hate speech by anyone is wrong, as I have noted before, including here, when I said, “All this said and done, hate speech by anyone is wrong – left or right, Democrat or Republican or Independent.”

    As late as yesterday, I voiced my disapproval of intimations made by Pat Dollard at her blog on Hugo Chavez and Sean Penn.

    Now, please note that I do not have a problem with pointing out the idiocy of Sean Penn being duped by a socialist dictator. I do have a problem with someone exploiting mentally-challenged persons for such, no matter the person(s) doing the exploiting.

    Now as for the two quotes you cited, I am not familiar with them. However, I would say that they are way over the line. Wishing death on anyone, simply because you disagree with political viewpoint is wrong. I hope that answers your question for me. And, just for the record, I do find several of the things that Ann Coulter has uttered as over-the-top, although I am a staunch conservative.

    Thanks for visiting the Volunteer Opinion Journal.

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