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When Americans vote, they will give an important right to the leaders. At a special election (2016) this includes not only the election of leaders, but also any other directives that the Americans want them to implement.

In this case, there will be times when a majority of the Americans want the leaders to do something that the majority of the leaders do not want done. Americans have two ways to do that on the ballot: 1. Vote NO and 2. Vote YES. This is the reason, I support Hillary Clinton.

Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, recently said "We have a responsibility to say clearly and directly what's really going on in our country because what is happening is a sweeping effort to dis-empower and disenfranchise people of color, poor people, and young people from one end of our country to the other. We should be clearing the way for more people to vote, not putting up every road-block anyone can imagine.

We should do everything we can to make it easier for every citizen to vote." Clinton added. Considering Hillary Clinton's experience, there are two subjects that deserve our thoughtful consideration before we vote. The first is Rules of Order. "It's a Republic, if you can keep it." Benj. Franklin and Americans are a democratic people. "We freely elect our leaders to a fixed term and we entrust them to administer this great country. We vote for them to govern for us. And if we are disappointed with their governance, then we can freely not to vote them in next election.

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It's a very simple process. Laws give the authority to administer the needs of the Americans. The leaders given is neither too little nor is it too great. It is commensurate with the tasks at hand. I suggest that our leaders
be comprised, Stanley from Cape May Court House said recently. He further said, "I really think a Democratic party could probably win in 2016, because they have a significant supporters. As you know Kamala, consider this: We need to stand up for the principles. And for many reasons Hillary Clinton is the best-liked presidential candidate. Further, I want an effective women leaders, considering the large amount of work to be done. Hillary's extensive and varied experience make it easier on the workload, which is enormous."

I urge all Americas friends to vote for her. One reason why I want to increase the size of the women leaders. When there are more women leaders, there is less chance of collusion for leaders to promote their interests and the interests of their friends rather than the interests of the entire people.

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Journalist, poet and editor Kamala Budhathoki Sarup specializes in reporting news and writing stories covering Freedom, Peace, Public health, Democracy, Women/Children, development, justice and advocacy from her location inside the United (more...)
 

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