Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s decision to summon the entire House of Representatives back into session to vote on a $26 billion education/Medicaid bill has some wondering if Pelosi suffers from a wee bit of tone deafness. There’s a reason for that. You don’t need a pollster to know Americans are increasingly agitated about Washington’s spending. And the $26 billion bill the House is scheduled to consider Tuesday ain’t chump change. Add to that the cost of 435 members of the House traveling from their districts to Washington on a quasi-emergency basis. It’s impossible to know the total price tag because not every member will return, the distances vary and not everyone has access to a government jet like the speaker. One member, Rep. Jason Chaffetz, R-Utah, told Politico it’ll cost about $1,000 for a round-trip flight from Hawaii, where he was vacationing with his family. The bottom line is the bottom line for Pelosi’ emergency recall is pricey icing on an already expensive cake at a time when many of those footing the bill are pretty fed up already.