Well, I'm not now, nor have I ever been an ardent supporter of Hillary Clinton. I will agree to one thing, the media (and whatever we're to call the yellow journalism heralded by Fox and other outlets) do spend A MORE INORDINATE AMOUNT OF TIME thinking about Ms. Clinton than the average Democrat. As these parties go, I would love it if there were very accomplished and qualified candidates on both sides. America should demand as much. The national discourse has turned very nasty. I remember thinking George W Bush was a bit too polarizing, I can remember times when I thought Obama contributed too strongly to polarizing politics as well...but for over a year now it's like a significant portion of people identifying as left and right of center can't seem to have a productive and civilized conversation anymore. That seems a shame...it really does take all kinds of people to move a society forward. Every time ANY PARTY has sought to limit the free-flow of a wide range of sensible solutions to problems, long-term it only seems to spiral out of control until we have the most ideologically driven fringes of both parties becoming the mouthpiece for the whole party (and by extension many Americans).