Thursday, November 24, 2005

Thanksgiving travel is down.

The NY Times reported travel for the holiday is down. Likely a reflection of the collapse of American family from our astronomcal divorce rate. Meanwhile multimillionaire Senate Majority Leader Frist writes glowingly below about his wonderful holiday completely oblivious to the federal family policy which promotes divorce and family discord. His attitude is "Let them eat cake."

"Bill Frist, M.D. (VOLPAC)"

To: Happy Thanksgiving
Date: Wed, 23 Nov 2005 14:15:45 -0500

Just now landing home in Nashville with Bryan. We're on our way to join Karyn and her mom - who is coming in from Ft Worth later today. Jonathan will be there ... on break from Vanderbilt. And Harrison will be coming home tomorrow from Princeton. Great to have everyone home for the holidays. On Thursday, we'll join 42 other Frists at my brother's to give thanks for all we have. As a country ... and as a family. It's been a tough several weeks here in Washington, so we'll cherish the family time. Also looking forward to meeting up with Steve Smith and other old friends on Sunday for our annual 3 day duck hunting trip in Stuttgart,Arkansas. I bother you probably too much with my emails, but I do appreciate your allowing me to keep you posted about events - public and personal - as they unfold through my eyes from the Leader's office. Karyn and I want to join in wishing you a very happy Thanksgiving. May your day be overflowing with family, friends and happiness. As we give thanks around our family tables for all our blessings, let us also give thanks and pray for the men and women of our military who won't be with their families this day ... instead, they are fighting bravely to protect our nation and advance the cause of freedom around the world. They are nobly away from their families so that we - and future generations - can forever gather safely and freely with ours. May God bless them, and may God bless you all. Happy Thanksgiving!

Bill Frist


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