Yes but which side supports balancing the budget during their term?
Neither. Both will say they want to. Both, to varying degrees, will try. Obama will talk about the revenue side and Romney will talk about the spending side, but all economists know that neither end really has any impact on GDP other than short-term hocus-pocus.
Which side supports auditing the Fed?
Neither, but how is this even an issue? This is only important to crypto-libertarian conspiracy theorists who don't understand how our government works but are eager for a fiscal witch-hunt. Who supports auditing the Department of Education? Who supports auditing the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms? There is oversight in all of these departments, and yes, even the Fed.
Which side supports repealing the NDAA?
Which side supports repealing the PATRIOT Act?
Which side will bring troops home?
Kind of a no-brainer, but Obama, of course. Already has and will continue to do so.
Which side won't start a war with Iran?
Neither will "start" a war with Iran, but Romney's former school buddy certainly would if Romney gets in.
Which side will cut unnecessary spending from the government?
Neither, but to some degrees, both will try. But again, see my answer to above. It's a non-issue that's all about public perception.
Which side will stop the war on drugs?
Which side will support gay marriage?
Unless you have been hiding under a rock, you will know that Obama is our first gay president and Romney bullied gay people in college and feels no remorse for it.
I think you get where I am going... You talk about 4 general ideas, but when it comes to important real issues, there is no difference.
Lots of BIG differences here, but I question what you see as "important real issues."