Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton delivers the keynote address to the United Methodist Women's Assembly at the Kentucky International Convention Center, Saturday, April 26, 2014, in Louisville, Ky. (AP Photo/Timothy D. Easley) Hillary Clinton (Timothy D. Easley/Associated Press)

Hillary Clinton doesn’t answer many questions these days. The GOP opposition research group America Rising argues in an e-mail, “Five days after it was reported that Hillary Clinton ignored requests by the US Justice Department, FBI, CIA, and numerous lawmakers to designate Boko Haram a Foreign Terrorist Organization, she has still not addressed the issue in any manner. . . . While Hillary continues to line her pockets with paid speeches, she has a pattern of ignoring/avoiding any tough questions.” What can I say? It’s good to be a Clinton.

Maybe if she doesn’t want to subject herself to the House select committee on the attack on the U.S. consulate in Benghazi, Libya, or to hard questioning from the press, she could just answer a few questions in writing. To make it easy, we’ll make it multiple choice.

1.) After the war ended in Libya, did you monitor and raise concerns about the influx of jihadis into that country?

a.)   I was too busy worrying about the influx of jihadis into Syria.

b.)   I was told in no uncertain terms a decade of war was ending so I was confident everything was fine.

c.)   I tried to tell the White House but this was an election year, al-Qaeda was dead and General Motors was alive.

d.)   Other (please specify).

2.) Why did you not pull out State Department employees from Libya when other countries pulled their people out?

a.)   I think that was someone else’s call.

b.)   I may have been in Ecuador (or was it Lichtenstein?) when all this happened.

c.)   I often ignored what our allies did.

d.)   Other (please specify).

3.) Where was the president on the night of the Benghazi attack?

a.)   Ya got me.

b.)   Sometimes it was better if Leon Panetta and I just worked things out.

c.)   Other (please specify).

4.) Why didn’t you classify Boko Haram as a terrorist group?

a.)   If you classify it as a terrorist group, then everyone knows it’s a terrorist group. It’s free publicity. Or something like that.

b.)   I had my hands full with the terrorists in Iraq, Yemen, Afghanistan, Pakistan, etc.

c.)   I may have been in Thailand (or was it Belgium?) then.

d.)   Other (please specify).

5.) Did you know right away it was a terror attack in Benghazi? And, if so, why was the White House saying something different?

a.)   Yup. Ask them.

b.)   Yup. The White House often was the last to know.

c.)   Well, there is always the fog of war and confusion so, um, I guess it depends on the meaning of “know.”

d.)   Other (please specify).

6.) Why didn’t we act sooner to assist the Syrian rebels and push Bashar al-Assad out?

a.)   He was a reformer. At least that is what John Kerry and Anna Wintour told me.

b.)   I tried, but did the president listen? Nooooo.

c.)   A decade of war was ending.

d.)   Other (please specify).

Jennifer Rubin writes the Right Turn blog for The Post, offering reported opinion from a conservative perspective.