How do you stump a liberal? Ask her to name one of Hillary Clinton's accomplishments.
Even Her Royal Majesty herself had trouble answering that one!
So as a public service, and with thanks to our friends at Independent Journal and Washington Examiner, here for your edification are 3 bona fide Hillary Clinton accomplishments.
What exactly were Hillary's accomplishments as a U.S. Senator?
As reported by Washington Examiner, of the 713 pieces of legislation she sponsored or co-sponsored during her 8-year senate career, only three pieces of legislation that she sponsored became law.
As documented by Congress.gov, these "monumental" laws were:
- S.3145 — A bill to designate a portion of United States Route 20A, located in Orchard Park, New York, as the "Timothy J. Russert Highway".
- S.3613 — A bill to designate the facility of the United States Postal Service located at 2951 New York Highway 43 in Averill Park, New York, as the "Major George Quamo Post Office Building".
- S.1241 — Kate Mullany National Historic Site Act
Just to recap, these were bills that: renamed a highway after a journalist; re-designated a post office; and deemed a brick house in Troy, N.Y., as a National Historic Site to honor a 19th-century female union leader.
Skip the election and move right on to the coronation!
Because, with a record like that, it's a wonder she hasn't already been elevated to sainthood.
Three bills enacted, out of 713. That's a meaty .0042 percent batting average baseball fans. Real major league potential, eh?
Oh, but she also paved the way to bring peace to Syria, so there's that.
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