Okay I am a huge Hillary supporter, and I agree that they will not be uniting forces. If Hillary does not make it I will just not be voting.
I've heard many Clinton supporters say that if Obama gets the nomination, they won't vote at all. That baffles me. If you prefer Clinton, why is McCain a better choice, in your opinion, than Obama? (Because by not voting at all, you're essentially choosing the person everyone else votes for. And if Clinton supporters won't vote for Obama, then the Republican voters are going to have more weight than the Democrats, and McCain will end up in office.)
There have been polls that Obama supporters are more willing to support Clinton then those of Clinton supporting Obama.
See, that seems reasonable, to me. Support the candidate who hews most closely to your ideals -- even if she (or he) isn't the person you most want nominated, he (or she) has got to be better than a person who is opposed to the things you care most about.
I just want someone to clean up Bush's mess...
And, as "a huge Hillary supporter," you feel that McCain is a better choice than Obama for that, if Clinton doesn't get the nomination? Sorry, I just don't get that mindset.
Any McCain supporters want to weigh in? Why do you feel that McCain is the best choice?