I replied that I am a registered voter but an independent (meaning I am not registered with either party) and don't know enough of the issues to make that determination.
One of the podcasts that I listen to recently interviewed Mike Huckabee. You can download and listen to it here. It was a good interview and Huckabee impressed me.
A few months ago, they also interviewed Tim Sanders. You can listen to that interview here. Sanders is an author, not a politician. I have read at least one of his books ("Love is the killer app"). He was asked about the "likeability" of the crop of politicians. He explained the Bill Clinton had a high "likeability factor". Even his enemies, when talking to him in person had a hard time disliking him.
He was then asked about the candidates in the primaries. He said Obama was the most likable, much like Kenedy which frightened him as it makes him a pretty big target.
Neither candidate from the major parties is ideal. Politics is all about compromise which sometimes means nobody is really happy with the result.