Clinton gives me heartburn. As a white woman who has also identified as a feminist for a few decades now, I was really saddened to see the resurrection of entitlement and racism that played out (look up Geraldine Ferraro's recent op ed piece for some examples). I never particularly considered Hillary to be a feminist (although that's not for me to decide, because feminism has many faces), and when she became the champion of women everywhere (note sarcasm), I had a hard time buying it. But when the race turned negative, and she started acting entitled and smug, I really felt that she'd set the reparations of racial aggressions back within feminism by a couple of decades.
On another note, watching the faces of the kids in the audience at Obama's rally made me cry with joy. I think he should be president because he's an amazing leader who brings intelligence, humor, a willingness to learn in the job (which I think all presidents should do), and a depth of world experience. But the role model of WHO he is and how every child in this country will be exposed just to him being the democratic candidate for the presidency is beyond powerful. You have to dream it to be it.