It’s traditional for members of the House and Senate to head home and meet with voters during their recess periods, but angry crowds might have many a Republican wishing they had stayed in D.C. this month. And the animus extends to social media. Social is giving “Town Hall Meetings” a whopping 81 percent negative sentiment rating. The big topic has been Obamacare, and voters are steamed that the ACA is being dismantled with nothing to replace it. Audiences were so combative that some pols cut their visits short. Iowa Senator Joni Ernst ended an event after only 45 minutes and took only one question on healthcare. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell was shouted down by a gaggle of his Kentucky constituents and had to be escorted out of an event by state troopers. But although Congress might be smarting from constituent rage, the real pain won’t start until 2018. Many of the most heated protests took place in districts that are up for grabs during the midterm elections. Some Republicans have been blaming liberal activists for voter backlash, but a GOP in denial could be setting itself up for losses next election.