For months, I'd battled back and forth between Bush and Kerry. I'd made my decision. The President of the United States... The most difficult job to ever hold in all of the world. In my opinion, 43 of the most respected men in the world has held this incredible job of literally carrying the world upon their shoulders. Some of them had the weight of the world being too much for them; some of them had the strength, but their lives were cut short; some of them managed to reach down deep within themselves and found a way to carry the load. So regardless of whoever wins this election, he will be the President of the United States and I will respect his' decisions, even if I don't like them. I'd examined both campaigns. Here are my likes and dislikes. What I'd hated about John Kerry campaign: He doesn't stand by his positions; he uses too much "PC" in his answers, thus allowing him room to change his mind and still sound like he's in the right. What I'd liked about John Kerry He's an honest man; I feel very confident that any mistake he makes as president he will acknowledge the mistake and correct it. He's very confident; he reminds me of Thomas Jefferson's attitude after the New York Press labeled him as "A threat to GOD and heaven". What I'd hated about George W. Bush He's in denial; he doesn't realize that he'd screwed up; therefore, he remains unrepentant in his stragedies after 9/11. He's a very good man with a very good heart; I respect him now more than ever as a person. However, there is a curse that comes with that position; when it comes to making the right choices for your country, you must sometimes break away from what you believe in and do the right thing. He knew the methods he'd used was wrong and he did it any way; I suspect political pressure. I'd liked about George W. Bush He's down to earth; you can't hate such a president. He tries very hard to handle our nation's problems; that's problably because he truly cares. I can see myself chewing the fat with him while fishing off the coast of Florida. He's welcome at my house any time. So what's the TIE BREAKER? Ironically enough, a statement that came from GW himself. When confronted about the missing ammunition in Iraq; George W Bush went on the offensive saying that you can't have a president that makes decisions WITHOUT HAVING THE FACTS. That burned me up! We started a war with Iraq over WMD's; there weren't any; we started a war WITHOUT HAVING THE FACTS. We started the search for Osama Bin Laden WITHOUT HAVING THE FACTS; he's still at large! We have a shortage of flu vaccines because WITHOUT HAVING THE FACTS; we chose to ignore this issue. Finally, we'd lost what would had been "the next golden age" of our economy; primarly because Bush gave away a 300 billion dollar surplus WITHOUT HAVING THE FACTS about its potential consequences. I agree with you 100% George W. Bush; we cannot afford to have a President that makes decisions WITHOUT HAVING THE FACTS. As of this moment, I have made my decision... MY VOTE IS FOR JOHN KERRY! This is hylandrdet and I approve this message!