Dear Hillary Clinton,
Within the past month, many of us were pleased to see you step out a little into the limelight. The book you are writing is probably all time consuming. And of course, it will be a super best seller but the final chapter should include your plans for the future.
Your gift needs to be shared now more than ever with the world which is how to accomplish great things from any level/ status in life. Your policy proposals were so well thought out to where it was a map of how to move our country in a much better direction. You have a history of accomplishing major projects from scratch, like making sure that disabled children have assured access to a public school education.
Under this president, people feel paralyzed. They need hope. They are resisting by not accepting this current presidency as normal. Many are blogging; attending protests; joining resistance groups; contacting legislators, media outlets and other resistance members by various methods.
But as we watch what is happening, we are becoming disheartened. We need a leader, but not just for being part of the resistance. There is a need for someone to demonstrate to the average Joe out there, that they have more power than they think.
For example, if you along with two other older well-connected women were to join forces by taking on projects like getting those lead encrusted pipes in Flint replaced without waiting for government to act; establishing wind energy or solar energy farms on land already used up by strip mining in regions like West Virginia; supporting qualified women to run for office in 2018, you could start a real radical movement that could make a huge difference in people’s lives.
The list of ideas is endless. You probably have been thinking about these projects for a long time, anyway. Well, guess what! You don’t need to be president to pursue these creative great schemes.
Yes, the right’s scathing tongues may start wagging again. But in this case, you are no longer running to be president and so those naysayers don’t count. Don’t let them get away with dimming your light.
God knows, over the decades, they’ve tried hard enough. Instead, tell them with a shout out, I’m baaaaaak!
Think about this just a little. Many of us nasty women out here in the real world, wish you well and we would love for you to have the last word.