Obama was in all of the top 3 NY Times editorials today. Just coming off a successful weekend, winning 2 states, he's everywhere! Paul Krugman's article summed up my thoughts on the whole situation.
Beleive it or not, I am still undecided. I'd be happy with either Democratic candidate in the office. I don't beleive that Hillary is unelectable, nor that Obama is the only hope for the future. He's still a rookie and is largely untested in a big election or policy debate.
A few Krugman quotes I want to highlight. I use these quotes not to hide my opinion but to shield myself from the incredulous, disagreeing Obamites:
"I believe that Hillary Clinton is more serious about achieving universal health care, and that Barack Obama has staked out positions that will undermine his own efforts."
"Most of the venom I see is coming from supporters of Mr. Obama, who want their hero or nobody. I’m not the first to point out that the Obama campaign seems dangerously close to becoming a cult of personality."
"Mrs. Clinton’s entirely reasonable remark that it took L.B.J.’s political courage and skills to bring Martin Luther King Jr.’s dream to fruition was cast as some kind of outrageous denigration of Dr. King."
"Mrs. Clinton may yet be the nominee — and if Obama supporters care about anything beyond hero worship, they should want to see her win in November."
One thing I am sick of is seeing Hillary crying on the campaign trail. Yeah, I'll trust you and your hormones with the nuclear launch code!