For one thing, my enthusiasm for the whole field was quite muted because none of them is talking about the elephant in the room --that we've been governed by a criminal enterprise-- and thus have said nothing about what should be done about it, either now or by a new president beginning next year.
For another thing, I saw each of the three main candidates as each having strengths that I think desirable in a candidate and in a president, while none of them has all those strengths.
But then, in the Clinton attacks on Obama, and in what I began to see more clearly in Obama, I felt as if the fog blew away and showed me clearly where I should invest my hopes. I expressed this first, in a tentative way, in the middle of last week, in the article "Wondering if My Reaction to the Clintons' Recent Behavior is Representative" (at http://www.nonesoblind.org/blog/?p=1105). I then reinforced that message by posting a piece by Bob Herbert, "Questions for the Clintons: by Bob Herbert in the New York Times" (at http://www.nonesoblind.org/blog/?p=11200.