I am assuming for now that this is a single-issue election. There is one's subjective vote, one's objective vote. Subjectively, Bush (and Blair) deserve to be re-elected because they called the enemy by its right name and were determined to confront it. Objectively, Bush deserves to be sacked for his flabbergasting failure to prepare for such an essential confrontation. Subjectively, Kerry should be put in the pillory for his inability to hold up on principle under any kind of pressure. Objectively, his election would compel mainstream and liberal Democrats to get real about Iraq.
I do think that Bush deserves praise for his implacability, and that Kerry should get his worst private nightmare and have to report for duty.
Counting Sullivan, this makes two pro-War, pro-Bush, Brits who have switched sides.