To: Interesting Times
Frist needs one of his surgeon buddies to implant a backbone and stand up to the wimpy RINOS and slimy Democrats. I call him Jellyfish Frist. Frist isn't running for re-election and Zach Wamp has been anointed to run for his seat. Wamp has a backbone and will be a good choice. The rumors going around Tennessee have Frist running for president in 2008. He will be another Bob Dole and we will have another Clinton in the White House. He is too nice and won't win.
posted on 02/06/2004 1:41:03 PM PST
To: BloomNTn; Pubbie
The rumors going around Tennessee have Frist running for president in 2008
He'll have to get past Bill Owens in the primaries first.
posted on 02/06/2004 1:50:07 PM PST
(February 6th, THE President's Day. Birthday of Ronald Reagan.)
Frist's own staffer uncovered clear evidence that Democrats on the Judiciary Committee worked with leftist organizations to fix court cases. He broke no laws in obtaining this evidence, since the memos were stupidly posted to a server used by members of both parties.
The Democrats would much rather feign outrage at how the memos were obtained than defend what is in them, so they have been shrieking for Miranda's scalp for weeks. Now Hatch and Frist have given them what they most wanted; tacit agreement that it was wrong of Miranda to point out that the Democrats were subverting the justice system.
I see no reason to support Hatch or Frist for any public office, now or ever.
To: BloomNTn; abner; Interesting Times; Nick Danger
Frist isn't running for re-election
IMHO, this is one of the key pieces of the puzzle. Is Orrin counting on Frist being out of town by the time this comes under more rigorous scrutiny?
Nick's right on this. The Washington Times is going to play hard ball on this one and no croquet players (Hatch) are going to enjoy it.
Please keep me posted!
posted on 02/06/2004 2:17:42 PM PST
by The Shrew
(Radio FreeRepublic - The New NPR)
"The rumors going around Tennessee have Frist running for president in 2008. He will be another Bob Dole and we will have another Clinton in the White House. He is too nice and won't win."
He won't get the nomination - he'll be blown away by Owens.
Frist may want the Presidency, but he doesn't have the fire and energy that Owens does.
posted on 02/06/2004 2:31:41 PM PST
(We would have the WMDs if Powell and Rice hadn't made a 6 month UN detour)
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