Wednesday, August 24, 2005
The Nashville City Paper reports that Tennessee Senator Bill Frist visited Nashville recently and identified four primary areas of discussion among his constituents, three of which conveyed a fear of international threats. Apart from rising health care costs, Frist said Tennesseans want to talk to him about the loss of local jobs to international competition, terrorism in the name of Islam, and immigration. Frist linked immigration to the two other perceived threats, job loss and terrorism.
Story by John Lamb published 8/24/2005 05:13:00 AM