Hillary Clinton will run a two-minute ad Monday night, which her campaign is calling a closing message, to be aired during “The Voice” and “Kevin Can Wait” and estimated to reach 20 million people.
“It’s not just my name and my opponent’s name on the ballot, it’s the kind of country we want for our children and grandchildren,” she says, also asking “Is America dark and divisive or hopeful and inclusive?”
Well, America is far from perfect, but it will certainly be in better hands under the leadership of Hillary Clinton.
To be clear, this election is not about choosing between the lesser of two evils. This is about being given the opportunity to elect one of the most qualified candidates ever to run for the presidency. And it is no small thing that we would be electing the first woman president of the United States.
It would be easy to go on at length about how the right-wing noise machine has so successfully painted an awful image of Mrs. Clinton that does not exist and never has. That’s for later.
For now, let’s do what needs to be done, and if you already have, thank you.