To John Kerry: I hope you get four years to try to improve this country. To George Bush: If re-elected, I hope you have four better years, and I hope that you improve this country. I'm a liberal, and I will vote for Johny Kerry. I am not a Bush hater. I disagree with many of his policies, but when he makes a policy decision, I always hope in turns out to be a good (if not the best) course of action. I believe that George Bush wants what is best for America, but I'm not sure if what George Bush wants is best for America. I believe that what John Kerry wants would be better for America than what George Bush wants. I do not vandalize Bush/Cheney posters. I don't think conservatives are "crazy" or "hate America" or "are brainwashed", etc. I think both liberal and conservative ideologies could work, and I believe the holders of those ideologies both essentially want the best for the country, are good people, and believe their ideology is more effective than the other. I will support whoever takes office, will not whine if my candidate loses. I will be vocal about my disagreements with whomever is in power. I will not be a partisan hack, I will not toe the party line at every turn. I will protest what needs to be protested. I will support what needs to be supported. I will try not to judge people based on their political affiliation. I will try not to judge people based on their sexual orientation. I will ask what can I do for my country. If I am drafted to serve in my country's military, I will report for duty promptly and proudly. I will try not to view things through a liberal lense. I realize the limitations imposed on my perspective and judgement, as a function of geography, socioeconomics, peers, and media exposure. I will try to use my common sense when making decisions on who to vote for, or what to vote for. I will not vote for a (d) or an (r), I will vote for what is good and just, I will vote against what is bad and unjust. I will not force my views on anyone; social, political, sexual, etc. I will let my children make their own political and religious choices. I will not attempt to subvert their instincts with my principles. I will never stop eating holiday oreos.