Nonexistent Clinton Campaign Lacks Message, Columnist Laments

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Secretary of State Hillary Clinton speaks about women's issues during an event at the State Department, January 31, 2013 in Washington DC. Secretary Clinton is an Ambassador at large for Global Women's Issues and helped the group launch four new initiatives valued at up to 86.5 million dollars.
Oh, my God, where is my message? Photo: Mark Wilson/Getty Images

Washington Post columnist Richard Cohen mourns that Hillary Clinton lacks a "message." ("All she lacks is what she has always lacked — an overriding, stirring message.") It's true — Clinton has no campaign message. She also lacks a headquarters, campaign manager, website, ads, and logo, not to mention iPhone apps. It's almost as if the Hillary Clinton 2016 campaign doesn't even exist yet.

What is she waiting for? Columnists need to start writing columns assailing her for running for president less than a year after the last election!