"I don't think that [lawsuit] is going to be successful," Frist told reporters after a speech to educators in Nashville Thursday.
...Frist said he supports Democratic President Barack Obama's efforts to reduce the number of uninsured people in the country.
"From a justice, fairness and equity standpoint, I'm very proud of this administration and that America has address this," Frist said. "On the other hand, most of the American people don't agree with this legislation."
"It just scares people, the American people just don't trust government," he said [Eric Schelzig, "Legal Fight over Health Care Won't Succeed," BusinessWeek, 2010.04.16].
Senator Frist is now busy helping with the First Lady's campaign against childhood obesity and raising money for earthquake relief in Haiti and Chile. At the top of his website, he quotes Martin Luther King, Jr.: "We are caught in an inescapable network of mutuality, tied in a single garment of destiny. Whatever affects one directly affects all indirectly."
Funny what a Republican is willing to say when he's not running for office.