What steers your vote? Check your car Driving around Long Island yesterday, it dawned on me the folks at Kelley Blue Book might be right: George W. Bush will beat John Kerry in November. He will beat Kerry, because Americans drive a whole lot of sport utility vehicles, pick-up trucks and minivans. He will beat John Kerry, because hardly anyone in America owns a Toyota Prius. Bush will beat Kerry because of the cars we drive. I can't prove this. But, if we are a reflection of what we drive - and, the folks at Kelley Blue Book, otherwise known as the automotive "Bible," say we are - then forget the bumper stickers that say "Bush is a Four-Letter Word" and prepare to "Flush the Johns, 2004." The president drives a Ford F-250 pick-up at his ranch in Texas. His challenger is best known for driving an old Dodge 600 convertible around Washington, D.C., which some might surmise is the real basis of the nickname "Senator Flip-Flop." "Voters support candidates with similar vehicles to their own," the folks at Kelley Blue Book said. Read entire column by clicking this link.