Maureen Dowd begins, "It's hard not to feel sorry for Hillary Clinton." And that's where she looses me. It's easy for me to feel no sympathy for the woman, at least not for the problems she's brought on herself.
I also don't feel sorry for her that she's being challenged by a socialist who is clueless on economics and foreign policy. Having to run against an old white guy who acts like he thinks he's Santa Claus with all of his promises of free stuff isn't her fault, but his popularity is the voters' reaction to the party she's been such a big part of for a long time.