On the one hand, I'm very mad at Clinton for voting for the Iraq war and failing to do more than offer lip service in its opposition. Of course, I'm just as mad at Obama for his failure to do the same, perhaps a even little more upset because he didn't have an AUMF vote to live down. But with Kucinich (and even Edwards) out of the race, I'm left with Gravel, who doesn't seem popular enough to register even as a protest vote.
(I really wish these fucking progressives would hang into these sorts of races. They won't necessarily win, but they can do something to keep progressive ideas in the campaign dialog, and they can gain some power to broker at the convention. We don't have a multi-position democracy even within our own supposedly pluralistic party. It really sucks
Two things pushed me to Clinton. The first is the fucking retarded Chris "Dickless" Matthews propaganda that Clinton is especially unelectable. Anyone who thinks that Obama can escape the full force of right-wing smear tactics has never heard of Kerry or Gore (or Dukakis, or Carter, or McGovern). Fuck you. Clinton is getting tons of democratic votes (and more delegates than Obama), and the people who hate Clinton (and women) hate blacks and people with the middle name "Hussein" just as much.
The second is that Paul Krugman has convinced me that Clinton's health care plan is better than Obama's. I can't hope any more that any Democratic government will actually hold the Bush administration accountable for anything, I can't hope that they won't start a war with Iran, I can't hope they'll restore legal civil liberties; but they have a shot at implementing a health care plan. I'm screwed under Obama's plan (lacking a college degree, I'm unemployable outside of Wal-Mart) so I might as well get some actual insurance out of the deal.