A Hillary Ally Was Asked to Name Hillary's Accomplishments. You Won't Believe What Happened Next
Part of Hillary Clinton's sales pitch for the presidency has been her long record of accomplishment and experience. Conservative commentators were quick to point out that riding your husband's coattails and winning a Senate seat- virtually unopposed- in deep blue New York isn't really that impressive. After the former first lady was completely annihilated by a radical socialist political neophyte in 2008, and went on to become the worst secretarty of state in American history, conservatives were sure she would be a complete and total disaster. The verdict was in. She was unqualified to be president.
It seems like liberals might be coming to terms with her ineptitude as well. In a recent interview, Senator Dianne Feinstein, a long term Clinton ally, drew a major blank when asked about Hillary's record of non-chromosomal accomplishments:
California Sen. Dianne Feinstein had to turn to Google during an interview earlier this week when asked to name her former colleague Hillary Clinton’s accomplishments in the Senate. Feinstein, who met with The San Francisco Chronicle’s editorial board on Tuesday, ultimately said that Clinton was not in the Senate “long enough…to do more.”
Clinton was elected to the Senate from New York in 2000. She left in January 2009 to serve as secretary of state. As someone who worked with Hillary Clinton for nearly a decade in the Senate, what in your view was her signature accomplishment as a senator?” The Chronicle’s editorial board asked Feinstein.
“Golly, I forget what bills she’s been part of or authored. I didn’t really come prepared to discuss this,” said Feinstein, who had planned to pitch a new water plan.
Clinton has been dogged by her flimsy senate record. She authored only three laws during her Senate stint. The legislation designated a highway, post office and government building in New York. She co-sponsored another 74 bills that ultimately passed.