From last night's News Hour with Jim Lerher:
Bill Frist has a lot of problems which we've talked to about on this show. To me, personal corruption is not one of them. I do not see him. I've looked at his career quite a lot. Any sense of venality, of trying to profit in financial terms, I just, for a guy who's led his life so carefully, to risk it for a few -- even a couple of million bucks or a couple of hundred thousand bucks, this plan of becoming President of the United States, I just don't buy it.
Really? Lived his life carefully? Let's see, he was first elected in 1994...
What about this?
He's been a major stockholder of a company that had the largest fraud fine in American history and he's "led his life so carefully?"