When Hillary was Secretary of State I wrote her a letter to request her support for Harriet Tubman to receive a Congressional Medal of Honor, but she turned this courageous escaped slave down. She obviously wasn't interested. In more recent years a woman in Congress supported her and now this hero, as an abolitionist activist, at last has been honored postmortem for saving over 300 people from bondage.
However, my main personal reason why I didn't vote for Hillary was her flippant, irresponsible support and vote for the illegal G. W. Bush Iraqi War. This was a serious violation against International Law and its Court since this attack, invasion and occupation involved a sovereign nation. As he was threatening to break this law, I was an activist parading against this foolish decision in Washington, D.C. I had called Congressmen and one assistant said, "You mean it wasn't the Iraqis but instead Saudi Arabians who caused the tragedy of September 1, 200l? Bush had deceived more people with his chicanery than I thought!
All nations on Earth come under International Law, whether they decide to abide by it or not. Law and order means total countries on Earth. When international crime is committed the villain can't break the law without punitive action. Unfortunately International Court didn't enforce it.
Helene, World Enlightened News W.E.N.
author of The Return of Aaron Burr, a ghostly encounter in St. Marys, GA