Jason: It just fits the way a lot of people grow up around here. All the people that live in trailers and the low end of Georgia, of course, they fight on a daily basis. They want to see more fighting. Fighting is normal for them, so they vote for a president who likes to fight and kick ass. And they think, because Bush has been in office for four years, we've got more Wal-Marts in Georgia, so life is good.
Annette: [Bush represents] back-to-the-basics, being decent, morally correct, family values. [Georgians] felt betrayed by Clinton. Bush speaks about things that they feel are traditional, and he says it in a way they can relate to. "Nucular" is a bonding word. That's the secret password in the South. It's just straight talk -- no $10 words, no double-speak. And he doesn't speak French. There is a sort of simplicity and directness to life in the tradition of Georgia.