People often address letters to United States Senators using the term “Honorable” before the word Senator. To me, honor is something a person displays through a keen sense of ethical behavior and integrity of character.
Your call for Senator Hillary Clinton to resign the Democratic primary race before all American voters have had their opportunity to cast their vote for their own personal choice on who they want to see be the next Democratic candidate for president is less than honorable as a citizen of the United States, but most especially less than honorable as a United States Senator.
I live in a state that has yet to hold their Democratic primary election. And to the best of my knowledge 6 other states have yet to hold theirs. And a solution has yet to be found on how the votes of the American citizens living in the states of Michigan and Florida are going to be included in this election.
As a United States Senator you should be fighting for my vote to be counted.
As a United States Senator you should be fighting for my vote to be MY vote NOT YOUR VOTE.
As an American citizen, I am appalled by your actions in regard to this matter.
I am appalled that you are not fighting for the voters of Michigan and Florida to be counted.
I am appalled that you are part of a process willing to punish 2 entire voting bases because a smaller number of people in leadership positions made some very bad decisions — and that includes Howard Dean and Barack Obama.
I am appalled that you are working to manipulate this election process.
Honorable is not a title I can write in front of your names.
Disappointed in your actions,
Citizen of the United States of America