Next week Congress locks up the limosines and boards jets for individual home districts, but what will they find when they get there?
Mobs of angry protestors, if the last couple of weeks are any indication.
California Senator Dianne Feinstein called the cops last week when a group of seven elderly men and women showed up at her Los Angeles office to complain about the health care plan reform proposals, who ejected the gray hairs after complaints from Feinstein's office staff.
Like Feinstein, the junior Senator from the Golden State is going to face the ire of many conservatives (and Democrats) who are planning various "Tea Party" protests, focusing on the deficit spending as well as the Obamacare reform measure that was de-railed by Republican attacks.
While Boxer has no "offical" Town Hall meetings planned for the summer break, she IS making time to promote her new book at various book stores across the country. Here's what the Sacramento Bee had to say about A Time to Run: A Novel.
"....Suffice it to say, this effort reads more like a cross between a bad romance novel and a soap opera script. The Congressional Record might be more entertaining. And it's free," noted the Bee, which obtained an uncorrected proof of the novel last month but was prohibited from quoting directly from it."
Boxer will be autographing copies of her book here in DC at Politics and Prose this Monday, and August 12th in Corte Madera, California. From the buzz on the blogs, this book tour is going to be very interesting.