— Mary Bono Mack (@MaryBonoMack) January 19, 2013
First (above), Bono Mack tweeted about giving snowboarding a try on January 18. Then, on Sunday (Jan. 20), Bono Mack tweeted to share news of her injury with her 10,751 followers.
Boarding experiment over. Broken right wrist. Damn. There goes ski season. Good time to work on my book. Great loving husband. @conniemackiv
— Mary Bono Mack (@MaryBonoMack) January 21, 2013
Her followers were quick to send their best wishes for a speedy recovery, with one even suggesting she seek medical attention from her Congressional successor, Dr. Raul Ruiz.
This is Javier Martinez’s first political gathering of the sorts. I stopped to talk to him while he and his wife, Angelica, grabbed some food.
He told the Desert Sun:
“I’m here because I want to celebrate when Ruiz takes office.”
“We need a change. Mary Bono Mack’s been in for a while. Most of her campaign is… was slander — not about what she’s done all of these years while she has been in office. I think it’s time for a change — see what Ruiz can do.”
“This is my first election.”
“We’re looking forward to a lot of things. The economy… Our school, I know we’ve had a lot of cuts. Maybe he can help out there.”
She said she saw Mitt Romney and wife Ann, who she said was, “subdued.” “She behaved like a lady,” Judith said. And as much as she wanted Mitt to win it, she would be OK if he didn’t, Judith said.
Judith said she has her doubts about Barack Obama. “He enjoys publicity too much – and he enjoys the presidential jet too much.”
Then she leaned in close and said quietly, “I do believe he was born in Hawaii. Anyone who says he wasn’t is not nice.”
He was at Palm Springs Baptist Church on Tuesday morning where he cast his vote for Mitt Romney.
“We need a change and he seems like he can help the economy better than Mr. Obama.”
Sobhy on gas: He predicts prices will continue to fall, but won’t get much lower than $3.50 a gallon.
Sobhy said “Everyone is nervous about the election,” but whether his man wins or loses, tomorrow will be a better day.
“Getting the election over with is going to help everything.”
“It’s the worst four years for my business,” he said.