Choosing between McCain/Palin and Obama/Biden is a very tough decision to make, so I have chosen not to make it, but instead inform you of the pros and cons I have concerning each candidate.
The positive side that I see in Obama is that he is bright an assertive. He is also amiable but cautious and energetic. He seems to have a strong familiar with the social economic and health care issues affecting everyone but the wealthy. Also, Obama is flexible and attentive to important issues and needs. On the other hand, McCain is very independent-minded. He is cautious and wary, resolute and firm, and will not mess up what is really working for the US economy. McCain will not budge on ground or principles.
Although both of these candidates seem to have many positive aspects about them, there is, of course, some negatives to go along with. When it comes to McCain, he seems to be very impulsive and quick to temper. He also seems brash or reactionary to something controversial, dangerous or apparently annoying. McCain has a tendency to be non-attentive and insensitive to real social, economic and health care problems affecting the lives of everyone but the wealthy. He also seems very dismissive or ignorant of legitimate issues and his ill-considered remarks. His age also seems to be an issue. Obama is inexperienced in diplomatic and geopolitical affairs and seems to be indifferent to the US military and national security. He also thinks that the US should heel the world’s demands and restrict it’s “hegemonic, imperialist” policies. Obama also seems to have a problem with attracting people and groups too far left, too racist, too elitist and too radical for mainstreamed America.
In conclusion, you now see what I feel is good and bad about each candidate and why it is hard for me to lean towards one or the other more.