Hillary Clinton is too much of a hawk, and has caused thousands of unnecessary deaths. She's also a weird rich person, with whom I have almost nothing in common.
I still admire her ability to keep a strong, progressive career going in the face of opposition at every turn. I suspect a lot of that ability is related to the things about her I really despise. The personality and way of thinking it takes to be a truly powerful politician are fundamentally a mystery to most of us. Ultimately, I think she has what it takes to be a good President, and I'm voting for Hillary Clinton this year.
I'd be happy to vote for Bernie Sanders in the general election, and I like how he's kept a lot of focus on economic equality in this primary. But I hate how his campaign has mutated into a Hillary Hatefest that's convinced otherwise smart and strategic people to think they should vote for Donald Trump instead of Clinton. The overtones of voting to punish Clinton for her sins just come off as delusional. Voting is a lot more like a duty than a joy, and that's okay. Maybe my calculations are wrong, and Clinton is a horrible bet for the presidency this year, but I don't think so.
I can't make the powerful feel anything in particular by casting a ballot. It reminds me a lot of when the ACA was painfully being cobbled together and progressives wanted to kill the bill because it was going to let those assholes get away with what they've done.
They already have (and had, in the case of the ACA) gotten away with it, and revenge is not just around the corner. It will probably never come, and even if it did, some truly bad people would be living in truly bad circumstances. The idea of making them sorry is not a fantasy I am so attached to that I can risk contributing to the Trump agenda.
I think there is a nonzero chance that Trump could be elected president, and I want no part of that.