Hillary is not known as a deft orator. Yet, especially coming on the heels of President Obama's sublime speech Wednesday night, I was blown away by her clearly presidential, calm, “likeable”, sincere, wicked smart acceptance speech last night. I came to tears several times, as I did when Obama made his way through the 2008 year as our first black presidential candidate, to see our first woman candidate present herself with such poise and such an undeniable expanse of experience and perspective. I am unabashedly “with her”. I have read that several Trump fans will never see a Bradley Cooper movie again, now that they’ve discovered Cooper was in the DNC crowd. They say he must be anti-American if he attended. So, please, please, don’t write me that you’ll never tune in to me again, when you learn that I’m with Hillary Clinton. I listened to every speech at the RNC. I gave respect to all the dignified Trump children. There was something to garner from several people who spoke their views from the Republican side. As Hillary said last night, she intends to work on behalf of all Americans, including the ones who vote against her, once she is in the White House. Let’s listen to each other, not slam the door shut on each other. And, FYI, there was a video produced for the DNC, narrated by Meryl Streep that showcases many of the iconic moments achieved by women throughout American history, leading to Hillary’s own historic moment. I happen to be included in this video, toward the end, and am duly honored. Here’s the link. https://vimeo.com/176486714 Yes, we can. Together, we Americans can overcome any obstacle, pursue any dream. Peace out.