After the meeting in Senator Lugar’s office, back at the hotel, I realized I’d left the little bag for my camera in his conference room. I changed into walking clothes and went back over there. No one I’d met in the morning was there. A young man was answering the phone, which was ringing off the hook. “Senator Lugar’s office, please hold. Senator Lugar’s office, please hold.” To me, “How can I help you?” I told him and he had a slight look of disbelief until he found the bag under my chair in the conference room. As I was leaving, he was already back on the phone, and I heard him say, “Yes, I understand you want me to tell the Senator that you’re in favor of President Obama’s energy bill.” I don’t know who organized the telephone campaign, but that was the message with which he was being bombarded.