Dear Secretary Clinton,
Transparency often opens doors of forgiveness and reconciliation.
Hiding from truth only increases suspicion form others and soul-diminishing inner conflict.
Nixon lost his presidency because of his paranoia and refusal to clean house and acknowledge the nefarious actions of his administration. Chuck Colson went to prison for his role – and what he did would be seen as minor infractions compared to today’s corruption.
Madam Secretary, you would be amazed at how relieved your followers would be if you fully accept your responsibility for poor decisions at Benghazi and carelessness in your communication, along with potential and real conflicts of interest with your Foundation.
Your enemies may not change, but supporters and undecideds might forgive and go forward. For policy reasons, you do not have my vote, but I am willing to extend grace and respect if the stonewalling will stop and real policy debates can begin in the campaign.
I pray for you and your husband that desire for power will give way to humility and service.
I cannot and will not judge your heart, but I tearfully plead for accountability and integrity – for your soul and the soul of our nation.