"She hasn't managed anything as complex as this before; that's the problem with senators," said James Thurber, a professor of government at American University who is an expert on presidential management. "She wasn't as decisive as she should have been. And it's a legitimate question to ask: Under great pressure from two different factions, can she make some hard decisions and move ahead? It seems to just fester. She doesn't seem to know how to stop it or want to stop it."
And yet she want us to believe she can handle a domestic or international crisis when the phone rings at 3 AM? ...and Bill won't be able to help her. He is usually around at that time of the evening.