wow -- good comeback. you must really be aware of the issues!
is it that you don't like john kerry's nuanced approach or is that you, like bush, view the world through a manichean lense? or maybe i have pegged you incorrectly; you're actually for nader, who now seems to telling his fans, "support me now, but maybe just vote for kerry on november 2."
have you actually read anything about kerry or are you just regurgitating what the bush campaign puts in their ads? here's some advice: read a newspaper and watch less tv.
but in case you can't be bothered, here's a start:
kerry believes in energy independence, which means producing and exporting energy, instead of importing oil from middle eastern countries (or, golly, invading them for it in the name of...wait, why did we go to war?!!? talk about flip flopping!).
kerry advocates affordable health care. what has bush done for that cause? the united states is THE ONLY INDUSTRIALISED NATION WITHOUT A NATIONAL HEALTH CARE SYSTEM. bush would rather sell ours off to the highest bidder. you don't have to be communist to see the value in social welfare policies. are you a follower of friedman or keynes?
while some naderites or kucinich fans would rather see us pull everyone out of iraq yesterday, we're in too deep at this point. to pull everyone out would end in even more violence and hatred at this point. kerry favors a multilateral approach to iraq. to have multilateralism, he will have to repair all the ties that bush has broken with his european counterparts.
i could go on and on, but the point is really: what kind of world do you want to live in? One where our government shoves fear and intimidation down our throats and betrays our own constitution, or one where we try to solve problems, not create them? and in case you haven't noticed, george bush is just a puppet for cheney and his neo-con cronies.