On July 28, 2016, Hillary Clinton stood on a stage in Philadelphia to accept the nomination as the Democratic Party nominee for President of the United States of America. In her acceptance speech, she said that she would work for Universal Care.
MSNBC reported then that there were 100 days between the nomination and the election. Hillary didn’t win the election; the lessons need to be learned.
These 100 letters are a reminder of what that promise meant.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Gerard McLean is a humor essayist disguised as a writer. He has written several essay collections, some technical manuals, way more tweets than is healthy and more than his fair share of letters. While much of his work is considered by many to be humorous, these letters paint a very sobering picture of health care in America. No comedy is contained within.