Being British born I'm still haunted by the spectre of the Brexit vote on June 23, 2016, so the forthcoming U.S. Presidential Election Day voting fills me with dread. In the U.K. fear-mongering and lies led to 51.9% of the population voting to leave the European Union, bamboozled with propaganda about a flood of terrorist refugees destroying the country and the promise of £350 million-per-week provided back to the National Health Service (which was immediately reneged upon by leaders of the 'Leave' coalition the day of the results).
She has served this country all her life, working for women, children and minorities rights, and knows exactly what the challenges of being Commander-in-Chief entail, working with President Obama as Secretary of State and being First Lady to the 42nd President of the U.S.A. for two terms. No other person has the insight into the job and running of the country than she does, she is the most qualified person for the job.
That it's taken this long to elect a woman American President seems bizarre, but when you live in the U.S. for a while you realize that sexism, along with racism, is very much still alive.
On November 8, 2016, vote for a brighter future where we are 'stronger together'.
Hillary, Shantay you stay, Donald, Sashay away (forever)...