As of this writing, I'm a supporter of Hilary's because I feel she'll do the best to continue what I view as the resounding success that was (is) Obama's presidency, second term especially.
If Bernie Sanders wins the nomination, I'm very likely to vote for him unless Bloomberg runs as an Independent with someone reasonable like John Kasich on his ticket. There I said it.
But there's one thing I haven't appreciated about Bernie's campaign and supporters thus far. They seem to be vocal supporters of the political revolution he seeks, yet I don't hear them acknowledging the very real truth that this revolution - like Bernie's momentum-generating candidacy - would not be possible, not at all, without the years of often-thankless work that Hilary Clinton has done on healthcare and Obama has done to make college more affordable, among other things. Someone like Killer Mike wouldn't even be relevant as a presidential endorsement without having had a Black President who had the support of folks like Jay-Z to get elected, says The Wire was his favorite TV show, and recently had Kendrick Lamar in the White House.
It's like some revisionist version of political events to say you want a political revolution and a) overlook the revolution that occured when a Black man won the Presidency and b) not acknowledge that tireless and thankless work our nation's first legitimate female Presidential candidate has done for two decades to address many of the issues Bernie himself supports, and having done so with not only the Republican machine attacking her at every stop to make sure she's not likeable in any poll or state, but also the inherent sexism that is built into any woman's journey to ascend to the top levels of business or politics.
I will vote for Bernie if he wins the nomination, most likely, but I hope by then there's a more concerted effort by his supporters to show their support for him without having to act either naive or, worse, forgetful of the significant contributions made by the woman he would have to beat to get there and the Black man he would be succeeding should he win the general election.