Hillary Clinton still does not get it, and maybe she never will (“Hillary Clinton: Nancy Pelosi is proof ‘it takes a woman’ to get the job done,” Web, April 17). The race, gender, religion or ethnicity of the person does not matter. Neither does the political party.
Over the past 11 years the House has been in session (i.e., to work) 142 days a year. That's 223 days off. The Senate has averaged 162 days of work a year, which is 203 days a year off.