I've said it here before, If this isn't the election where it comes down to the lesser of two evils, there never was one. No matter who I vote for I'll wonder if I did the right thing.
Strong leadership, Will do what he feels is best for the country, regardless of world opinion or local polls.
Has the fortitude to make the hard choices.
May need a few more brain cells and less testosterone.
His advisors called it wrong (Rumsfeld,Wolfowitz,Cheney) when they thought we'd be welcomed as liberators in Iraq.
That probably would have happened had we kept going during Desert Storm, but all those people were murdered by Saddam after we urged them to revolt and left them hanging.
We need balls, but also the brains to know where, when and how to use them. A standing army scattered in pockets throughout a country where the populace hates us being there is a quagmire. Intelligence, special forces and cruise missiles seems a better method of going after al Qaida.
Pros ... Hell I don't know, he strikes me as brighter than Bush. At least the Rumsfeld/Wolfowitz team would be out of there.
Cons ...He's a poll reading, Say what he thinks you want to hear political windbag. I don't hear any plans..just talk about plans. I don't think he has a clue, just political ambition to be the president.I don't like what Kerry did after Vietnam.
THAT's why I'm undecided.
Economics?..There's no real difference between the two parties, just hot air and platitudes.
Morals? Kerry's daughters are strait ..Cheney's isn't
I really don't give a care what adults are doing in their bedroom anyway. I don't lose sleep at night worrying about what gays are doing.