I would vote for Gary Johnson or Ron Paul, as the only potential candidates out there who have read the Constitution. It's obvious Romney and Obama have only given it the most cursory glance, and I think both of their economic policies would be disastrous. Romney's slightly less so, since Obama's primary economic policy is to accept gigantic donations from Wall Street, give them gigantic bailouts, and then claim he's totally against them. The hypocrisy burns me up.
Also, Obama has spent more in his one term than all other presidents combined. Ever. But he attached his first bailout (the giant one to huge corporations and banks) to Bush, even though he signed the bill, so there's that. Then there's his expansion of the Patriot Act (which Romney would continue) and his drone strikes on a country we're not even at war with. Not to mention "Fast and Furious", which was apparently done to increase gun laws on law-abiding American citizens, rather than actually help control drug-related violence on the border.
I'm tired of living in 'Brave New World', where people my age have an unemployment rate of almost 13%, even though we're the most highly educated generation in history, and being told that we owe our good fortune to the freedom that our benevolent government has provided for us, and we should be doing things like mandatory volunteering to show our gratitude. Our gratitude for what, I don't know - natural rights do not come from the government, and we should not be kowtowing and giving thanks and service for the simple fact that they aren't taking them away as quickly as some other countries. I'm pissed off and I'm baffled that more people my age aren't pissed off, or are pissed off at the wrong people. Big Corporations didn't create this mess by themselves. They had tons and tons of very enthusiastic help from the Big Government that is daily finding new ways to erode our rights. Big Corporations are greedy, yes. But they only want your money. Big Government is made up of people who think they know how to live your life better than you do, so why is giving them more authority the "liberal", "progressive", or "free-thinking" thing to do?
Thomas Paine's "Common Sense" should be required reading.