Here we are just scant days from the election, and I still remain Undecided. I don't trust Bush's decision-making or fiscal policies, but think that the invasion of Iraq was justified (although the resources required to win the peace were grossly underestimated), and the dividend tax cut and marriage penalty fix were well done.
On the other hand, Kerry may be well read and articulate, but he has no executive experience and blows easily in the political wind, as shown by his choice of running mate - a telegenic, smooth-talking Southerner that is really the second coming of Dan Quayle. Really, the strongest point to recommend Kerry is that he isn't Bush.
So who gets my vote? I still don't know...
In the end, my vote won't matter because Indiana is a lock for the GOP, and unless something incredibly dramatic happens over the weekend, I think voters will end up handing Bush a generous electoral win.