Richard Leiby in the Washington Post tells us that Senate Majority Leader Bill Frist (R-TN) will probably do a little more legwork in scouting out shoe stores in the future.
He popped into a Washington, DC shoe shop -- not noticing the office above the store. Folks working at "Americans United to Protect Social Security" did notice the Majority Leader downstairs. They hot-footed it downstairs with their always handy protest signs. The Senator came to the door -- in his socks -- to ask who they were.
By the time Sen Frist filled his shopping bag, 50 protestors were waiting on the sidewalk outside. (WashPost)