I wouldn't ask anybody to have a man crush on anybody.
But I would say this:
Each candidate should be judged based on his own actions. Rev. Wright has said some pretty anti-white racist stuff, there's no two ways around that. But to characterize the whole church as "a racist church" is pretty unfair, I think. That church has done a lot of great work in that community; many positive things have come out of it. I'm sure that the majority of parishioners there are tolerant, reasonable, non-racist people who just happen to go to that church. It's not as if racism is an organizing principle of the place, or a membership requirement.
You say you were a Clinton supporter. I'd say that there was a lot more stuff that came directly out of that camp (particularly from Bill) that could be construed as subtly or even overtly racist than there has been directly out of the Obama camp. In fact, I'd challenge you to come up with a single example of Obama being racist himself.
Why is it so easy for people to believe the "Obama is racist" myth when in fact it was McCain who used the power of his political office to oppose Martin Luther King, Jr. Day?