U.S. Sen. Hillary Clinton, the political partner of you-know-who, has been acting strangely since Elizabeth Edwards, the wife of Democratic presidential candidate John Edwards, accused Clinton of trying to act like a man.
(Trying to act like a man? Most men would love to have as much testosterone as the former First Lady. But that's beside the point.)
First, she showed up on the Senate floor flashing some skin, an uncommon practice in the world's most deliberative body. Good thing former U.S. Sen. Strom Thurmond wasn't around for that. No telling what he'd have done.
Then she decided to follow up by drawing more public attention to her state of dress by using it as a a pretext to raise campaign cash.
Her ploy raises an interesting question. Should donors to her campaign write Clinton a check or just stuff the cash down the front of her blouse.
Read the story and make up your own mind.