Oh I'll grant you that plenty of folks out there voted for Bush for the best (or alternatively most selfish, either is a perfectly valid reason for voting for him IMO) of reasons. Any accusations I make about the uninformed state of a lot of voters stems from the number of people who apparantly still believe that Iraq attacked america, that they had any involvement in 9/11, that they had any connections with AQ, that they had an active weapons program capable of an offensive action on America in a matter of an hour's notice even after the (alternative) media had been trumpeting the failures of America's military intelligence on all of the above topics.
Then you have opinions that are on dodgy ground like Bush's basic honesty when he is industriously supressing the CIA's own report on 9/11 or the way he fought the investigations tooth and nail before refusing to take an oath before "testifying" at the investigating. Then there's Halliburton and their bids for Iraqi reconstruction, his pals in Enron and that whole scandal, his 180 degree spin on the American steel industry that he promised to protect. His attitude towards Osama is frankly disgraceful and how he could call Kerry a flip flopper after his "Wanted dead or alive" to "Osama? not much of a worry" to "Who said Osama wasn't a major concern of mine?" thing is beyond me.
How folks could vote for a man with that record boggles the mind, the only assumption I can make is that they simply don't know the truths of the matters  because the alternative is terrifying.
How Cheney wasn't a 200Lb lead weight dragging him down I do not know either, I wouldn't SELL him a used car, much less buy one from him.
 Though I will grant you, some of those issues are still a little foggy.