Under Bill Clinton the US was somewhat divided. It seemed half the country hated him, and half the country loved him and was willing to forgive him of his transgressions. Under George W. Bush that divide has only grown...
By the time Bush leaves office we will have had a Bush or Clinton in Office since 1989-- 20 years. 20 years of increasing division, a general lack of compromise, and a largely divided government full of politicians far more concerned in finger-pointing and placing blame for the faults of the country than acting to correct them.
Do we really want to elect another Clinton? I have nothing against Hillary personally. But doesn't she bring with her at least some of the baggage of divisiveness that existed under her husband's administration? Is it in the best interests of this country to elect someone who is far more likely to widen than close the division in this country? The division between the red conservative right and the blue liberal left? I'm asking legitimately, would Hillary be able to overcome the division caused by her predecessors (both Bush and her husband) and bring this country together? Or would a Hillary Clinton presidency only further widen that division?
I love this country, it's a country that exists largely of a rather moderate population, a population that is feeling increasingly marginalized by those special interests on the fringe who have stolen our voices from us and used our government as a means to their own selfish ends.
As I repeatedly stated during the 2004 election where I felt so disillusioned by both major parties that I voted for a 3rd party candidate for the first time in my life... Maybe Stealer's Wheel put it best: "Clowns to the left, Jokers to the right, and here I am stuck in the middle with you."