My Favorite Quotes
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 Bill Frist - “Americans deserve answers. We must do all we can to learn from this tragedy, improve the system and protect all of our citizens.”
 Bill Frist - “Today, in 30 hours, you can literally travel to the other side of the world. And likewise, while you are there, you can pick up a germ or a micro-organism that may not exist on this side of the globe and within 30 hours you can have that back in the United States,”
 Bill Frist - “slapped in the face with such an affront ... For the next year and a half, I can't trust Senator Reid.”
 Bill Frist - “It means from now on for the next year and a half, I can't trust Sen. Reid, ... and that's hard.”
 Bill Frist - “As I understand it,”
 Bill Frist - “I hear you, I understand your concerns, ... Times are tough, but we're going to get through it.”
 Bill Frist - “It is very important that the president thematically shows where we're going in terms of the vision and an agenda.”
 Bill Frist - “We achieved everything that we set out to achieve, ... We said that this chief justice would be seated by October 3, and with the vote which just completed five minutes ago, that will happen.”
 Bill Frist - “A vote for John Bolton is a vote for U.N. reform,”
 Bill Frist - “we don't want to just have one vote.”
 Bill Frist - “I wanted to formally welcome the judge to a process that will play out here over the next several days and next several weeks as we work up to an up-or-down vote for this outstanding nominee, ... Over a period of the next several weeks, we will gather the papers for, have hearings and then move toward that up-or-down vote on the floor of the Senate.”
 Bill Frist - “I do want to let colleagues know this will not be the last vote, ... We are going to keep voting until we pass it and get it to the President's desk.”
 Bill Frist - “Now we're at a point where the filibuster against Bolton -- and yes, I'll call it a filibuster until we get an up-or-down vote -- is continuing,”
 Bill Frist - “We need to remember that you can have access to the personal accounts, which will grow much faster than either prices or wages,”
 Bill Frist - “would strongly support, that we adjust benefits according to price increases and not wages.”
 Bill Frist - “wait for the facts before passing judgment.”
 Bill Frist - “Our men and women literally are in a countdown before fighting is initiated and any remarks that their lives in some way have been compromised is irresponsible,”
 Bill Frist - “The fact that there have not been dramatic changes apparent to everybody, I think that says a lot about the system ... that in truth the system did work,”
 Bill Frist - “The signal that it sends, that there is in any way a lack of support for our commander in chief who is leading us with a bold vision in a way that is making our homeland safer is wrong.”
 Bill Frist - “This is an affront to me personally, ... This is an affront to our leadership. It is an affront to the United States of America, and it is wrong.”
 Bill Frist - “Russ is just wrong. He is flat wrong, he is dead wrong.”
 Bill Frist - “My Democratic counterpart, Senator Reid, calls me a radical Republican, ... I don't think it's radical to ask senators to vote. I don't think it's radical to expect senators to fulfill their constitutional responsibilities. I don't think it's radical to restore precedents that worked so well for 214 years.”
 Bill Frist - “It'll end up requiring many years to pay for this,”
 Bill Frist - “We're working very aggressively to reverse this natural disaster, which is one of the worst that we've seen in the last hundred years,”
 Bill Frist - “I have worked across the aisle from Sen. Clinton for the last years and she has often shown herself to be both an enemy and combative, ... If that doesn't qualify her as an enemy combatant, I don't know what does.”

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