Hillary won a resounding victory in West Virginia which should come as no surprise to anyone following these primaries. Obama seems to be less bulletproof then people may think him to be. Still the overwhelming love for this eloquent man as the savior in these dark times is appealing to me, but I can't seem to gain the enthusiasm for him as others do.
Obama may seem like someone who's not in the pocket of special interests, but seriously it costs more for him to campaign for a month then he'll ever make if he were to win the presidency. I watch in awe of the folk who show such affection and hope for a candidate and sometimes I wish I were them. Even with the great possibility that I'll be let down I still wonder why I'm not passionate about any of the candidates. Maybe it's my age or the fact that I can be a cynic, but my heart still stays cold when I hear the phrase "yes we can". It's kind of sad really that I can't sit here and laugh at every joke John Stewart makes no matter how stale they may be.
Then again I'm really glad I'm not these fine representatives of the West Virginia electorate:
"You know, my faith is one that admits some doubt." - Barack Obama