Frist Won’t Run for President

by Sean Hackbarth

Senator Bill Frist

Outgoing Senate Majority Leader Bill Frist won’t be running for President:

Twelve years ago, I pledged to the people of Tennessee that I would serve two terms in the Senate – to serve as a true citizen legislator – and then return home. I said I’d come to the Senate with 20 years experience in healing, spend 12 years serving in Washington, then go right back to Tennessee to live where I grew up. I’ve never deviated from that commitment. And I will do just that.

In the Bible, God tells us for everything there is a season, and for me, for now, this season of being an elected official has come to a close. I do not intend to run for president in 2008.

In the short term, I will resume my regular medical mission trips as a doctor around the world to serve those in poverty, in famine, and in civil war. I will continue to be a strong voice to fix what is broken in our health care system and to address the issues of clean water and public health globally. We will stay actively engaged in policy issues affecting the lives of Americans.

Good. Then I won’t be wasting my time bashing him for his ineffective stint as Senate Majority Leader.

Bill Frist Won’t Run For President in ‘08″

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2 Responses to “Frist Won’t Run for President”

1

Bill Frist was a massive disappointment. He only managed to hold hostage our entire Conservative Republican agenda and allow the GOPs time in office to accomplish great things to expire.

Now we have to sit on the sidelines and watch as our country puts more people on Government Welfare programs and “Federal Government Knows Best” programs.

2

I heard Frist speak at the NFRW convention in Nashville last year. Next to Rod Paige, he has to be the most boring speaker I’ve ever heard. Probably a good thing he’s not going to run…he’d put the country to sleep.

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