Originally Posted by Medwed
This is actually true:
Just 3 Bills Sponsored By Sen. Hillary Clinton Became Law.
During her eight years in the U.S. Senate, Hillary Clinton sponsored just three bills that eventually became law.
Clinton served as the junior senator from New York from January 2001 to January 2009, during George W. Bush’s presidency. The three pieces of legislation that became law named a highway, renamed a post office and designated a historic site.
S. 1241: A bill to establish the Kate Mullany National Historic Site in the State of New York. Bush signed the bill Dec. 3, 2004.
S. 3613: A bill to name a post office the "Major George Quamo Post Office Building." Bush signed the bill Oct. 6, 2006.
S. 3145: A bill to designate a highway in New York as the Timothy J. Russert highway. Bush signed the bill July 23, 2008.
P.S. Her camp would argue that she co-sponsored a lot of bills that have passed in a Senate , but co-sponsorship means the person signs her name onto a bill once it is written by the author and up for a vote. So at the end of the day Clinton were coasting for 8 years while Willi gave speeches. That was ok until Professor in chief threw her a bone and she became the most incompetent sec. of state in recent history.
You realize sponsoring is basically just about grandstanding, right?
Oh wait, you clearly don't. Never mind.
I'm sure Hannity appreciates the re-tweet, though.