I decided that rather than focus on and support a particular candidate, I'm going to support specific policy positions and issues. Because ultimately, that's why we elect candidates, to carry out the will of the people. So, Sanders the candidate has lost my support, but the people's revolution that he is spearheading has a solid supporter in me.
The difference between Sanders and Clinton are light years apart. We don't simply have two good candidates. Two good candidates would be Clinton and and O'Malley. What we have is one stellar, out of the box candidate who not a running a campaign but rather serving as a catalyst for the people to take control of their government, as is their right.
On the other hand, you have Clinton standing in for the status quo of corporate rule and big money interests, and catering to those interests is simply not what's best for this country and its citizens. The fact that there are still undecideds is a bit frightening as well. I remember during the Bush v. Obama election cycle reading about "undecideds," all I could do was wonder if those who are undecided have been living under a rock. How can you be undecided? Unless you are waiting to back the "winner" of the nomination, then your politics is name-only. No conviction. Voting for D is better than R just cause.