I really do have a job to get back to, but I found this Mother Jones article on the cultural phenomenon that is Hillary Clinton. I can recommend it for reading material even though I've only read half - I really do have a real job!
Anyway, the article is about how the way one looks at Hillary says more about the person doing the looking than it does about her. Pretty much everything is like that, but since Hillary has become a ubiquitous part of our culture, since she polls with very close approval/disapproval numebrs, and since she is an incredibly intelligent, well-educated, politically powerful woman, her presence makes for a unique opportunity for self-examination and the examination (the article doesn't get much into this, but at least I think so) of the construction of narratives.
Anyway, my opinion fell into several of the categories, but here's the most dominant right now:
THE BARBARA BOXER HILLARY: You see her as a phony liberal, always playing to the amen chorus of the far left, willing to betray her true centrist self for power.
Thought you all would like this considering some of the Hillary talk that's been going on here.
h/t to Feministing