Several US senators attended the World Economic Forum, held regularly in Davos, Switzerland. Democrat John Kerry attended the conference and came back increasingly critical of the Bush administration's energy efforts and urged new directions for US energy policy.
On the floor of the Senate Sessions called for the senators who attended the forum to "spend more time trying to get the oil prices and gasoline prices down."
However, John Kerry was not the only US Senator to make the trip to Davos. The Senate delegation also included John Sununu (R-NH), Saxby Chambliss (R-GA), and John McCain (R-AZ).
Whether or not Sessions knew he was including his co-partisans in the jab is up for interpretation.