Defending her vote on the Kyl-Liebermann amendment, she claimed that declaring the Iranian Republican Guard as a terrorist group has already changed their behavior by causing them to quit attacking American troops and sending weapons to Iraq.
1. The amendment did not declare them a terrorist group, it merely suggested that the president do so. Which he did not.
2. There is no actual evidence that they have been attacking American troops and arming Iraq, other than the unsupported word of, um, George Bush, whom even she claims is a serial liar.
3. What evidence can she provide that it was that vote of the Senate that led to the Republican Guard ceasing to do that of which there was no proof that they were doing to begin with?
Okay, I will admit that #3 was not very clearly worded, but neither was Senator Clinton's position.
Update: as it occurs to me
With respect to #1: you think the preznit is ever going to do anything that the Senate "suggests" to him? Get real.