Pennsylvania Gov. Ed Rendell was up on the Hill today to talk infrastructure with Harry Reid and Mike Bloomberg. When he emerged, reporters wanted to know if he was interested in being energy or transportation secretary.
No, he replied, being a governor was too important to quit mid-term.
Okay. What about Hillary quitting the Senate in the second year of a six-year term to become Secretary of State?
That's different, he said, giving the following description of the Senate's work-load:
"It's pretty easy to raise your hand or push that button to vote."