A vote for Bush is a vote for John Ashcroft. That man has no business being the attorney general. He makes no pretense at neutrality regarding the separation of church and state.
A vote for Bush is a vote for Donald Rumsfeld. Remember that picture of him shaking hands with Saddam Hussein. He played a big part in selling Iraq the chemical weapons, and also in providing the intelligence needed to use it on the Kurds. You'd think that anyone wanting less foreign involvement would vote against Rumsfeld. And Rumsfeld was the one who overrode the military's desire for enough troops to win the war, for political reasons. I don't know why any military people would vote for Rumsfeld.
A vote for Bush is a vote for Cheney. Remember when he was in Iraq selling oil technology, in violation of US policy, and badmouthing that policy? (And now claims that Kerry was a traitor for badmouthing US policy during the Vietnam War.)
Or as a conservative coworker said, "Bush, I don’t have a problem with, except for mishandling the Iraq war. Rumsfeld, I have a problem with. Wolfowitz scares the crap out of me, and Ashcroft is a blithering idiot."