Election Campaign Edit
Bill Frist ran on a platform of invading Britain. When interviewed on why he planned to do so, he responded:
"Britian kicked out our servant, Tony Blair, in 2007! For this, they must pay!"
He also was strongly opposed to National Healthcare, as well as Social Security and any government social welfare program, saying:
"I shall not support these communist policies!"
In the primary, he faced John McCain as his prime competitor, who was campaining on a moderate platform. Frist got 99.9% of the the primary vote.
Popular election campaign Edit
Polls showed Hillary Clinton ahead by large margins in every state except Utah, Texas, and Idaho. However, on election day, Bill Frist won 99% of the popular vote, with all that 1% coming from the 51st state, Iraq, which was the only state he lost, including Washington, D.C.
Fraud alegations Edit
Diebold was charged by communist libruhls with commiting fraud. Bill Frist countered by accusing Hillary of fraud in Iraq, where she won by an 95% margin. However, since there was no paper trail, except in Iraq, the debate ended quickly, and Bill took office, with Republicans controlling 435 seats in the House and the Senate under fillibuster-proof Republican control.