From a Yahoo!-AP survey of 2,000 voters:
Take self-described die-hard Republican Donald Stokes. The 48-year-old steelworker from Waterbury, Conn., would pick Democrat John Edwards if he could take a candidate along on his family vacation. He likes Edwards’ personality and his family values. But he supports Giuliani for president, largely because of the former New York mayor’s leadership after the 9/11 terror attacks in 2001.
“I’d rather have a president that’s going to get in somebody’s face if he’s got a problem with them or another country,” Stokes says.
Well, we certainly got in Saddam’s face, and that turned out…well. At this rate, I’m not sure how many more faces America can afford to get into.