Matt Stoller, not a Clinton fan, sums up Clinton well in this paragraph:
Clinton has always been about hard work. That is really her theory of morality, that hard work is how you do well, it’s how you create change, and it is what matters. Her frustration with George Bush has never been about his judgment, it has always been about how he is too lazy to execute his policies effectively. And laziness, not bad decisions, is the cardinal sin for Clinton. It’s the attitude of women her age, who had to work twice as hard as men to get to the same place, and were attacked with subtle slurs the entire time. The only way to thrive, or even survive, was to put down your head and barrel through by outworking your competition.