Via News Busters, Susan Milligan of U.S. News and World Report, Peter Bacon of the Washington Post and Chris Matthews of MSNBC have decided it is unfair to ask Hillary Clinton what she has accomplished in her 67 years on this planet.
Matthews said: "Hey, Obama didn't have a big accomplishment before he got elected."
He hasn't had one since.
But Milligan won the prize for density in this conversation: "And most secretaries, you know, most people, when they ask what accomplishment did she have as secretary of state, I think most people could not look at a secretary of state and point to an accomplishment. Frankly, mostly what a secretary of state does is keep something from, you know, becoming a massive crisis. So that, in a way, wasn't, you know, a terribly fair question."
Which raises this question: Does Milligan donate to the Clinton Foundation, or does the Clinton Foundation pay her?