The computer ate my previous post. Over a year ago
, I said I'd be disappointed in the President if the WMD were not found in Iraq, and if strong evidence of Iraq/Al-Queda connections did not show up. Neither have come true, so why am I still voting for GWB? Basically, because none of his challengers have convinced me that they will do better. Indeed, I think they would all do worse. Kerry has never demonstrated, to my satisfaction, that he takes the threat of terrorism seriously, in word and deed. With apologies to Keith, Badnarik isn't a serious candidate either. He's too busy serving papers and protesting driver's licences: I want a president who makes anti-terrorism, in any and all forms, his number one priority. I don't think that Bush has done a wonderful job, but I doubt anyone could. And I do not trust any of the challengers to follow the terrorists to every last hole and cave, and eliminate them. I do think Bush will do that to the best of his ability, so I am prepared to live with his other shortcomings.
In other news, here are 50 photo-blog reasons
to vote for George Bush.