By Ron Fournier, The National Journal
You shouldn't wear sunglasses into a Chipotle. You shouldn't require signed release forms from "everyday" people who talk to you. You shouldn't duck legitimate questions from journalists like NBC's Andrea Mitchell: She only wanted to know your latest position on gay marriage.
Got that, Hillary Clinton? You should be perfect.
While the first week of Clinton's second presidential campaign was far from perfect, it was exactly what she needed it to be: simple and enjoyable. A little-known goal of top Clinton advisers—many of whom are new to her inner circle—was to show their boss that a campaign doesn't need to be torture.
Every mistake doesn't need to be a disaster.