Ordinarily, when a person gets elected, he/she stops campaigning and starts governing.
Not Bill Clinton, not Barack Obama, not Hillary Clinton, not Harry Reid, not Nancy Pelosi, not Barney Frank.
These folks do not appear capable of differentiating between governing and campaigning.
No one needs to provide specifics about how the Clintons can’t get out of bed without reviewing the polling data each morning. Clinton’s presidency was a daily exercise in decision-making by analyzing polls. This is the kind of ‘leadership’ you get when the leader does not possess core values, one who rejects guiding principles based on absolutes, such as:
‘We only go to war if we intend to win and we fight to win with everything we’ve got everyday to make it short and save lives.’
Full column here.