Notice that President Bush, another brilliant strategist, is also waging a strategic campaign by not campaigning. Like Hillary, he is offering a constant stream of announcements into the news cycle at key times. Before the first caucus and Democratic primary, we have his announcement on immigration and then on a mission to Mars. This Mars focus is especially well-timed because the Rover Mission will keep it in the news for months. Perfectly executing Sun Tzu's concept of vision, he has taken something that has already happened (notice he waited until the landing was a success) and foreseen its effect on the future. And using his position as president, his announcement command much more focus than Hillary's. Unlike Hillary, however, he is taking positions (he is, after all, already in battle), but he is expanding the battlefield in unexpected directions, forcing everyone else to talk about his issues. Notice how he never lets others sent the discussion agenda, even when directly attacked, as he recently was by his former Treasury Secretary O'Neill was seemingly duped into cooperating on a hatchet piece.
On the other end of the spectrum, we have Al Gore, making a speech in New York about global warming during a record-setting cold spell. Really glad this guy isn't running things. As scary as Hillary can be, she has a great brain.