Okay, that didn't pan out too hot. Her initiatives in reforming healthcare were deep-sixed. But she was smart enough to lay low. She oversaw the Easter Egg roll on the White House lawn.
And eventually she came into her own as a U.S. Senator from New York. Then she ran for U.S. President. That didn't pan out so hot either. But they she turned up as U.S. Secretary of State. And again she ran to become U.S. President.
Only, we are finding out that all wasn't what it seemed. As the New York Post reports, the latest Quinniapiac survey has her net favorability at minus 11%. The reason is, hammers the Post, "the endless drip-drip of scandal." The latest concerns her relationship with Swiss bank UBS while she was U.S. Secretary of State. That, of course, is just one of the issues she is battling. If she keeps having to push back on scandals, how can she campaign effectively?
Our Baby Boomer hearts are broken. Why has Hillary become such as magnet for scandal?
No, we don't know the facts. Not yet. But things don't look so hot, do they?