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Senate Majority Leader Bill Frist said that he wouldn't bring John Bolton up for another vote. A few hours late after a meeting at the White House, Frist said that he would bring Bolton up for another vote because George W. Bush wanted him to. Some think Karl Rove engineered Frist's gaining his position (see Thadeus & Weez strip on this). Associated Press on Frist's flip-flop

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