Perhaps I am the only one who does not get it. Should multi-millionaires ask for contributions when they lose a few million, though they have millions left? My answer is "no." No. No. No.
Get out there and earn it, but stop the begging. Such massive public greed is unseemly.
As an economist, I understand that we are never satisfied. The Somali woman with one meager meal per day and one tattered garment knows she is needy, but feels that she would have everything she needed if she just had three meals per day and three new garments.
The U. S. household with three people who work for minimum wage and one car feels needy, but knows that if they just had two cars and double the minimum wage, they could not want for anything.
The two-doctor household who earns half a million per year knows that if they could afford to hire their part-time servants full-time, they would not want for anything.
And the woman with $25 million knows that if she could recoup the $10 million debt she incurred, she would be doing well. So she tries to raise the $10 million by begging.
Write another lousy book, Ms. Clinton. Leave the freaking begging to the poor Somalis.