From the Washington Times:
Democratic Sen. Dianne Feinstein of California struggled to name one of Hillary Clinton’s accomplishments in the Senate, instructing one of her aides to Google the Democratic presidential front-runner’s track record during an interview Tuesday.“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 paper’s editorial board asked.
The senator reportedly “paused for a few seconds to ponder the career of Clinton.”
“Golly, I forget what bills she’s been part of or authored. I didn’t really come prepared to discuss this,” said Mr. Feinstein, who had planned to pitch her new California water plan.
“But she’s been a good senator. There are things outside of bills that you can do, and I know that she’s done them for her state.”
Thankfully for Feinstein, Google apparently came to the rescue:
Ms. Feinstein did argue that Mrs. Clinton helped New York City secure $20 billion to rebuild after the September 11, 2001 terror attacks. She also mentioned that Mrs. Clinton helped start a health insurance program for children during her tenure as first lady.
Securing a lot of money to rebuild after 9/11 wouldn’t have been too difficult for anybody to accomplish, but when you’re in a bind and surfing the Web, Feinstein would settle for anything, I guess. We can, however, come up with an accomplishment rather less accommodating: She’s mastered the killing of her conscience when it comes to lying: