A Philly-area psychology professor explains how Sen. Clinton lost her vote. An excerpt:
To a great extent, I have to vote for the person of greater integrity, who will try to do the right thing most of the time - and I've lost faith in you. You finally lost me at Bosnia. Your claim to have been there during active hostilities has been roundly disproved, and your explanation that you misspoke or were too tired is, at best, lame.
And I'm sad. I wanted you to be what I think is the best part of you.
But, perhaps even more than that, I don't want John McCain. Don't get me wrong, I wish he (or anyone) had beaten Bush in 2000.
But after eight years of ineptitude, lack of moral rectitude and incompetence, I can't think of any reason that a Republican who has cuddled often enough with the Bush administration should be allowed to continue its missteps.
I will cast my vote in the primary for Obama, and hope that, while not perfect, he can unite the red and the blue into a purple nation.
I tried, Hillary. I just wish you had fulfilled your incredible potential.