According to the Greenville Daily Reflector, Congressman Walter Jones supports a ‘listening tour’ for members of Congress. He wants to pass a bill, yes, pass a bill, that requires 16 members of Congress  to criss-cross the United States in an effort to ‘gather ideas’ and submit economic recommendations to Congress.   Hello Congressman, it’s called going into your district and listening to your constituents. It’s called educating yourself on economic matters.  Do we really need a bill in order for legislators to listen to their constituents and educate themselves?  Sounds like some legislators have been in Washington too long.