Im voting for Kerry because although he isn't as charismatic as Clinton or Headstrong like Dean, I think that Bush has taken this country in a seriously wrong direction. After September 11th, we had the whole world behind us claiming that "Today we are all Americans." Rather than taking advantage of our worldwide support (notice that nobody objected to Afghanistan?), he has made world opinion of our country almost as its lowest in history. We have no more honor in their eyes.
At home, I am sick of Bush and his vast Right wing grip on the nation. I don't like that the religious right has him in his pocket. I don't like that his religious panderings are making the US fall behind the next frontier of medicine...stem cells. I don't like how his minions in the Right seem to call anyone that disagrees with him as "unpatriotic" and "unamerican" (who the hell are they to say that anyway?). I don't like the Patriot Act and I defnitely can't stand this administration's use of fear to justify their actions. At least Reagan justified his actions with optimisim.
So yes...This November, Kerry will be getting my vote.
Edit: I would also like to add that I can't stand how polarized our country has become in the last 4 years. We tend to fight more rather than cooperate. This is something I see could be relieved with Bush out.
[Edited 2004-06-24 20:32:26]
"Look Lois, the two symbols of the Republican Party: an elephant, and a big fat white guy who is threatened by change."