I’ve thought about Clinton’s mistake some more and I’m left with a question.

Let’s start with her fabricated story about sniper fire.  Senator Clinton told George Washington University that she remembered landing in sniper fire in Bosnia in 1996.  “There was supposed to be some kind of a greeting ceremony at the airport, but instead we just ran with our heads down to get into the vehicles to get to our base,” is what she said to the crowd, and she repeated at several other stops.  A videotape then surfaced this past March of Clinton getting off the plane slowly, greeting troops, and listening to a little girl read her a poem.  The excuse?  Clinton “misspoke,” admitting there was a “minor blip” with the story.  Her campaign would attribute the mistake to fatigue.

Then we have yesterday’s event, the statement using RFK’s assassination to legitimize her remaining in the race — another mistake, that was once again explained as resulting from fatigue.

Now certainly, I am not one to demand perfection from everyone.  But I am going to expect discipline from someone running ads about her fitness to make the hard decisions, to be the candidate receiving the 3 AM phone calls.  Sure, presidential campaigns are rough.  But so is the presidency.  And while, again, no one is perfect, the missteps are coming a bit faster than I’d like from a potential Democratic nominee.

I don’t think she did this intentionally.  But like I wrote last night, in the biggest election in our lifetimes, we can’t have someone this undisciplined representing the Democratic Party in the general election.