She is busy lining up the Obama money machine for her inevitable 2016 run. But she has no accomplishments to her name–not one. And in Benghazi, she has a very, very serious failure. The administration calls it a “phony scandal,” and Clinton herself asked a year ago: “What difference, at this point, does it make?”

The answer is: the presidency.

Brown says he has no presidential ambitions–not after running three times and failing. But wait until the 2014 campaign is over, and ask again.

He is no great leader–he has none of the political courage of Wisconsin’s Scott Walker, for example, whose Republican administration took on the public sector unions, and is about to hand his state’s surplus back to the taxpayers. But in a field of Democrats who have done nothing, Brown stands out.

Jerry Brown recalls the old joke about two men being chased by a bear. One stops to put on running shoes, and his friend tells him he’s crazy: “You can’t outrun a bear!” The other replies: “I just need to outrun you.”