I have no use for the woman whatsoever. That having been said, older folks can and often do have issues with standing/walking that are simply a part of everyday life. I saw a picture of a USMC veteran a few days ago who was being assisted by two younger USMC soldiers as he walked at a function. Don't know how old she is and don't care. Don't wish her any success in politics at all. But, don't see anything to make a fuss about when it comes to her ... or anyone else who has trouble standing and walking. JMHO. Sincerely. bruce.
If whats her name on the Supreme Court can survive chemo (she looks like 5 miles of bad road), Nan can survive a broken hip. Usually, older folks that get a hip replaced (my uncle did at 68), die from complications of the surgery. He did (die of complications, not the operation itself.