Not for the first time, and probably not for the last, our lovely Hillary graces the cover of Newsweek. Tomasky gets it wrong, though, right in the first paragraph because we know she gets her scrunchies at Rite Aid not CVS, and she goes there to choose them personally. She does not send errand people.
She changed the game irrevocably, and now she’s about to transform it again—by walking away.
And now, as of this week, Hillary Rodham Clinton becomes something she has not been in two decades: a private citizen. A mind-boggling thought, really, rich in amusingly prosaic implications. Will she drive a car? Is she going to pop up at the Safeway (you’re supposed to bring your own bags now, Madame Secretary!) or be found standing in line at the Friendship Heights multiplex? She’ll still have Secret Service protection, and she has more than enough money to send other people out on a CVS run. But even so, she is now, for the first time in a very, very long time, just one of us