Jejudo, South Korea
If you want someone whom you know will maintain a strong military stand against the terrorists, vote for Bush.
If you want someone to fight the terrorists who can actually see the major threats at that time, vote for Kerry.
If you want someone who ultimately doesn't care about what's right or wrong or whether somehthing works or doesn't (Anybody remember Star Wars?), vote for Bush.
If you want someone who can't quite seem to communicate to the people what he believes a strong stand against terrorism actually looks like (some think he will pull the troops out, some think he will have them stay and finish the job) but thinks he can maintain that stand, whatever that stand actually means, and do a better job in Iraq plus bring our 'allies' on-board (despite the 'allies' statements to the contrary) as he calls Iraq 'the wrong war, at the wrong time, in the wrong place, vote for Kerry.
If you want someone who can't communicate the truth, vote for Bush.
If you want someone, who is very clear that he will stay in Iraq, vote for Kerry.
If you want someone who will maintain the multilateral pressure on N. Korea, since the bilateral dealings, advocated by Kerry, proved to be so disastrous under Clinton, vote for Bush.
Except everybody else in that multi-lateral group wants bi-lateral talks. The major problems with N. Korea have stemmed from this adminstration's refusal to talk.
If you want someone who doesn't have a clue on the North Korean situation, vote for Bush.
If you want someone who has said he will give nuclear fuel to Iran to test their true intentions (and Iran thinks that's a swell idea!), vote for Kerry.
(Anyone here have any question as to Iran's intentions?)
Gee, one would think this would be the first one on your list if you actually thought it was true.
want someone who cares more about the interests of the United States than being popular with a couple of 'allies' who stabbed us in the back for their own monetary self-interests, vote for Bush.
Do you even know what internationalism is? On of the advantages of it is that it actually works. Ask W's Dad.
If you want someone who can't seem to discern who our true allies are if his life (and ours) depended on it, judging by his obsession with pleasing those who turned against us, and by his slurs against those who have helped us ("the coalition of the bribed"), vote for Kerry.
Yeah, true allies like Spain? Poland? Hungary?
If you want someone who is for a strong defense, a strong military, and a strong intelligence system, and someone who will fund them, vote for Bush.
Now, who is he going to do that and cut the budget in half?
If you want someone who will, judging by his 20 year Senate record, cut funding for defense, military, and intelligence, vote for Kerry.
Or do you want somebody who spends billions of dollars on things that don't work?
If you want someone who sees the terrorists as the actual threat to our lives and liberty that they are, vote for Kerry.
If you want someone who would like to return us to the days of dealing with them as mere criminals, to be dealt with in our criminal system, after they blow us up, vote for Kerry.
What exactly is a mere criminal?
If you want someone who can just come out and say that he is either for or against something that he actually is for or against, vote for Bush.
If you want someone who can actually lead instead of being led, vote for Kerry.
If you want someone who says he is against partial-birth abortion, but he voted against the ban because two clauses were missing, 'except for the saving of the life of the mother' (not necessary, doctor's already are allowed to perform abortions if the mother's life is in danger), and 'the health of the mother, according to the strictest test of health'(undefined by anyone and so vague as to render the ban null and void). Now, does anyone believe that a smart lawyer like Kerry doesn't know these things? The truth is, he's not against partial-birth abortion, despite the fact that he said he is against it and despite his posturing that he 'feels where those values that raised that question are coming from, and deeply respects them'. If that sort of double-talk is acceptable to you, then vote for Kerry.
If you can understand the difference between being personally against something and yet believe that is still should be legal, vote for Kerry.
If you don't understand that, go back to govt. 101 and LISTEN this time.
If you want someone who refuses to allow U.S. citizens to be subjected to the authority of a 'world' criminal court, vote for Bush.
If you believe international law and stability are in America's best interests, vote for Kerry.
If you want someone who would sign away your citizenship protections to a global authority by signing on the dotted line, vote for Kerry.
If you want someone who is already chipping away at your citizenship protections, vote for Bush.
If you, like Bush, believe in the absolute sovereignty of the Unites States of America, vote for Kerry.
If you, like Kerry, a self-declared internationalist, have more of an 'internationalist' ideology, vote for Kerry.
If you believe that America should lead an international coalition, vote for Kerry.
If you want someone who can screw up international coalitions when everything is in his favor, vote for Bush.
If you want someone who has roughly 90% of the support of the troops who are fighting in Afghanistan and Iraq, vote for Bush.
If you want someone who has roughly 10% of the support of the troops who are fighting in Afghanistan and Iraq, vote for Kerry.
If you don't want to see the return of the draft, vote for Bush.
If you want to see the draft possibly become necessary due to a probable mass exodus from the all-volunteer armed services system by the majority of troops who have no trust in, or respect for the Senator, vote for Kerry.
Wow, not much respect for American troops here, is there? Whatever happened to professionalism?