Watching the debate last night helped me a little. I really thought that for my veiw on life, and what I see in my own perspective of who is more capable, who is the best versed, who have very clear ideas about the war in Iraq, to their ideas on what will bolster the economy. I think hands down, the ideas put forth and how he spoke and handled himself for me my vote would be cast for Bush/Cheney.
I was surprized and a little brotherhood of sorts feeling came over me when he infomred us he was an IBEW Journeymen for six years. I have a lot of respect for electricians and I work with some great ones.
A good solid electrician is as good at what he does as what we do.
I don't buy the democrat thing that they beleive GW and company did this whole war thing because they were twisted people or crooked people. I think we could do more, absolutely. And I think they will.
Kerry aint a bad guy either. But he just does not give me the impression as of now that he is strong enough to handle the pressure correctly. I like some of his ideas. Notably, the tax releif to corporations who choose to stay in the US, and other similair issues. But too, I don't get why he thinks it's bad to not also be leniant with business so they can grow and employ more people here. In the way I am inteprreting him, despite the media play on this, I really think he is very in decisive and he'll crack under pressure and not be a strong leader. He doesn't seem "rock solid" to me.