Quoting The Doctor:" Absolutely. But... how do you know what is a stretch and what isn't? I mean... ah. I'm having a hard ... [snip!] ... today. How do you come to grips with your own morals if you are just voting for someone who's less smurffy than someone else?"
For me, I have to vote for the person i feel has the country's best interest at heart AND has the wherewithall to lead the country in the direction of accomplishing milestones that are in that direction.
For McCain/Obama, it was hard for me to get off the couch and vote for McCain, but I certainly recognized the liberal radical that Obama was a knew I'd have to vote for the non-radical. I didnt like McCain.
Contrarily, I CAN get excited about Romney as he is VERY different from Obama and can lead us in the right direction. Sure, he supported some of the same things as Obama (i.e. TARP) but he is different enough from him that I'm gung-ho.
I dont want Roe overturned but it's not going to happen. Even if it did, I'm more interested in the millions of social problems occuring at the hands of this administration than i am about the abortion issue going back to the states (which wont happen... gotta say that againa and again).
IMO, unwanted pregnancy and other social problems are influenced by lack of opportunity.