A well-known handicap of senators running for president is a lack of concrete accomplishments, and the problem is exacerbated for Obama and Clinton, who are both among the least-experienced members of the Senate. The obvious response, to take credit for things you didn’t do, is starting to gall their Democratic colleagues. (Via the Corner.)
There’s nothing here on McCain, and one feels safe in assuming that they would have included something on him if they could. Of course, McCain’s problem is more the stuff he’s done, than the stuff he hasn’t.