I don't expect her to win the Democratic presidential nomination. She's probably a little too far to the left in some of her policy positions to attract the vast number of pragmatic centrists within the Democratic base. That said, I still admire her choice to remain true to her ethical principles. We see far too little of that from our politicians these days. Lindsey Graham is a prime example of that phenomenon, though he is hardly the only one. Any Senator should know better than to go on a network news program and advise someone to violate the law by refusing to comply with a Senate subpoena to testify, as Graham did last Sunday in regard to Donald Trump Jr., and he is a Senator who also happens to be a licensed attorney. His behavior was inexcusable.
I can admire your logical consistency in spite of your not being my first choice for the presidency.