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Montana Senator Jon Tester Lugs Around a Suitcase of Meat

 U.S. Sen. Jon Tester (D-MT) listens during a hearing on Capitol Hill October 13, 2011 in Washington, DC. The Senate held a hearing to discuss the possibility of further economic sanctions on Iran in light of the recently revealed plot to assassinate a Saudi diplomat in Washington, DC.
Pretending to listen to testimony while daydreaming about the steak he's going to eat later.

When he travels from Montana to Washington, D.C., Democratic senator Jon Tester always brings a 40-pound bag filled with “roasts, ribs, round steak and (his favorite) rib steak” made from his home state’s delicious cattle, the Times reports today:

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Taking meat with us is just something that we do,” Senator Tester, 55, said over a meal of beef stroganoff cooked by his wife, Sharla, in their Capitol Hill town house. “We like our own meat.”

Senator Tester Lugs Around a Suitcase of Meat