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A Heart to Serve: The Passion to Bring Health, Hope, and Healing Hardcover – October 5, 2009
Top Customer Reviews
There is nothing the least bit interesting or novel about it. Its the same old stuff you've heard a million times from other people who were famous enough to get a book deal. In my humble opinion, its not worth your time, even if you are an admirer of his. Its essentially a lot of cliches drawn out over a few hundred pages.
To his credit, I'd still like him to be in the operating room if I needed a heart transplant.
The FEC (Federal Election Commission) found that Senate Majority Leader Bill Frist's 2000 Senate campaign committee, Frist 2000, Inc. violated federal campaign finance laws. "In June 2000, Senator Frist took $1 million of the money that had...... been contributed to his 2000 Senate campaign and invested it in the stock market, where it promptly began losing money. In November 2000, Senator Frist sought to collect $1.2 million he had lent his 1994 Senate campaign committee. As a result of the stock market losses, however, Frist 2000, Inc. did not have enough money to repay the loan. Senator Frist solved this problem by having the 1994 and the 2000 campaign committees jointly take out a $1.44 million bank loan at a cost of $10,000 a month interest. Frist 2000, Inc. did not report this debt on its FEC disclosure forms." In both 2005 and 2006, Senator Frist was named one of the "Most Corrupt Members of Congress"  by government watchdog group Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington for ethics inquiries stemming from his troubles with the FEC and an investigation by the SEC for stock sales potentially based on inside information.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Bill Frist is a discrace with his pushing poker legislation that puts law abiding citizens out of a job through a completely unrelated bill. Congress corruption at it's finest.Published on August 2, 2012 by Lozan
This book reinforces for me that the author was a selfish and self-adoring Senator who had no real desire to help anyone. Read morePublished on November 21, 2011 by Mike Z.
After reading a few pages of this book I started vomiting uncontrollably. Unless you want to spend the day with your head over a toilet bowl I recommend not reading it.Published on June 18, 2011 by jerome dean
This book started out very slow. I kept waiting for it to pick up but it never did. Not only is the author extremely boring, he seems to try to force his personal views upon... Read morePublished on April 28, 2011 by Fumasado112
What a horros show, I could not get past the 2nd chapter, what a waste of my time and money!Published on April 28, 2011 by Donna R.
I read this a few weeks ago. Unfortunately, I didn't read the reviews on Amazon first. The negative reviews are quite accurate. I found this uninformative. Read morePublished on April 28, 2011 by Went_South
Probably the most boring book I ever started to read. I got through 2 chapters, and finally had to admit to myself that I just wasted $19. Save your money.Published on April 27, 2011 by John Coppola
I bought this book with hopes of gaining insight on how to transform a medical career into serving the people. Read morePublished on April 27, 2011 by Nocturnal Gyno
This book does not seem to address any of the controversial laws passed during Sen. Frist tenure in the Senate and instead focuses on his private life filled with puffery and... Read morePublished on April 27, 2011 by Heartbrand