She had eight years to do something. She had eight years to make a difference in regards to education, health and women's issues...you know what she did? Nothing.
McG, don't let your hatred toward Hillary blind you to the truth. Your comment sparked my curiosity, so I decided to see exactly how Hillary did "nothing" in the time she's been senator. You might want to reconsider your opinion (or to be more realistic, you might want to read this, find something you don't like and turn it into another attack on the woman
Hillary Clinton's accomplishments as a Senator:
First New York Senator to serve on the Senate Armed Services Committee
Worked to secure $21.4 billion in funding to assist clean up and recovery, to provide health tracking for first responders and volunteers at Ground Zero and to create grants for redevelopment.
Led a bipartisan effort to bring next-generation broadband access to rural communities.
Co-sponsored the 21st Century Nanotechnology Research and Development Act.
Introduced an amendment to create jobs by repairing, renovating , and modernizing our schools.
To help displaced workers, Senator Clinton won an extension of Unemployment Insurance that was passed on the first day of the 108th Congress.
Visited American troops in Afghanistan and Iraq.
The Senator has been the recipient of numerous awards:
Claude Pepper Award of the National Association for Home Care,
Martin Luther King, Jr. Award of the Progressive National Baptist Convention,
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center Medal,
Servant of Justice Award of the New York City Legal Aid Society,
Eleanor Roosevelt Val-Kill Medal,
Public Spirit Award of the American Legion Auxiliary,
Shalom Chaver Award for International Leadership of the Yitzhak Rabin Center for Israel Studies,
Albert Shanker Award of the New York State United Teachers.