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Published: Wednesday, May 4 2011 7:55 a.m. MDT

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LivinLarge
Bountiful, UT

Surprised to learn Reid is only 71...I thought he was well into his 80's. Glad to hear he is doing alright.

md
Smithfield, UT

It seems that he is not only stumbling and bumbling as a Senator.

MoJules
Florissant, MO

Ouch, I have total empathy and am sorry he got hurt, but with that being said, I still don't like him as a Senator.

nostradomus
Woods Cross, UT

No way he will be back to work on Monday, I'm 57, dilocated my shoulder and was out of work for 2 weeks. And I'm still hurting, worst injury I've every had. Good luck Henry, Hank, or Harry, whatever.

mohokat
Ogden, UT

Yea md. Of course he could have been shoved. Why aren't I invited to the fun things!

Anti Government
Alpine, UT

Liberalism is a brain/mental disease and ultimately it affects your physical abilities as well.

Case in point.

Maybe the fall will knock some sense into him because we all know there wasn't an ounce in him when he fell.

MormonDem
Provo, UT

Reid's a boxer. He can take a hit and come back at the bell.

Pagan
Salt Lake City, UT

'Liberalism is a brain/mental disease and ultimately it affects your physical abilities as well.' - Anti Government | 2:34 p.m.

So are blacks.

And Mormons.

And any other group I can lable.

Sarcasm off.

Sorry for any offense some may have taken, but after someone actually GETS an injury, is not the time to pay homage to party politics.
Or should we have cheered when Regan was shot?

Your comment is offensive Anti-. It truly shows that you would rather someone be physically harmed...

than disagree with you.

lost in DC
West Jordan, UT

71. How old was Strom Thurmond? How old was Bennett? how old is Hatch? how old was ted Kennedy? how old was Robert Byrd? Why does the US Senate have to resemble a geriatric ward? Bless his heart, Tim Johnson suffered a stroke and came back.

Why do these guys think they should get a life appointment to the US Senate? Are they addicated to the power?

don't get me wrong, I'm not advocating a mandatory retirement age for public service, but I'm all in favor of term limits

Too many people are afraid to throw out an inneffective bumbler because the state will lose its "seniority". Term limits for ALL elected officials would eliminate that issue.

Frozen Chosen
Savage, MN

I thought he separated his shoulder patting himself on the back...

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