After repeatedly asking her listeners on Saturday to visit their Senators and Congressmen, a “Tea Party” visits Betty McCollum’s office. An internet secret–main stream media, and counter protestors were there.
From Michele Bachmann’s rally on saturday, two speakers would show up in the hallway outside McCollum’s office. Twila Brase, from the Citizens Concerned on Health Care, CCHC, and Sue Jeffers of KTLK 100.3 FM. Sue Jeffers, also ran for Governor in 2006, challenging Pawlenty for the Republican Party nomination but lost.
Walking in, I saw the 980 KKMS 980 AM, and it would also drive by honking.