The following comment appeared in the comments section of the New York Times' endorsement of Hillary Clinton:
"I once attended a memorial in 1991 for several women who died of domestic violence. There were no TV cameras. It was just a small group of people marking the deaths of "nobodies". Mrs. Clinton was there. She made no speech. She wasn't running for anything. She was there. I think of that often."
To me, this exemplifies exactly what kind of President Hillary Clinton would have been. A woman who cared, deeply, about each and every one of us - even the "nobodies".
I will never stop being sad that so much of this nation never saw past the slander, hypocrisy, and lies, and that we will never have the chance to be led by such a wonderful human being.