bush because i'm comfortable with his foreign policy domestic policies aren't an issue for me as i'm not american, but as it stands i don't think he's done such a bad job domestically, hell he spent more on government healthcare than Clinton did...
I don't quite understand, but... Bush, no question.
Kerry is a traitor for starters. But if we don't want to rehash the Vietnam era, then we can talk about how he loathes the people he represents by virtue of his current voting record and attendance in the Senate. Myabe his wishy-washy finger to the wind attitude is what might turn people away from him, it's only one of many charater flaws. But ok, Bush has character flaws too... he used to drink, and he might have been late to a physical back in the Vietnam days according to CBS. I will say that I think Bush spends waay too much on domestic social programs though.
About the war and the economy... all the reports are such a pack of spin it's tough to keep it straight. Best thing I can say is changes are not immediate. What you're seeing now is the effects of things done months or years ago. What we're doing now won't be measureable for months and years from now. Keep that at the front of your mind as you look at previous administrations and what economies they're reported to have had.
Kerry's wife thinks we already have Osama apparently. But currently... No Osama? Oh no! Let's pack up and go home. We've lost. It never takes years to catch anyone, so we must be doing it all wrong. Ladies, don't show your faces anymore, Osama's won.
Iraq and oil... the whole argument makes no sense at all in any way either. Of course you go after the wealth portion. It's so they don't use it on you, and so it increases your own to win against them. Compassionate learned men call it strategy, the jealous and the enemy call it greed.