A thousand times no! Religion aside, Romney scares the crap out of me, and the entire GOP bunch worries me more than a little bit. The only republican I had any respect for was Ron Paul... up until I heard his take on the social issues (a woman's right to chose, Gay marriage, etc), and then I suddenly had far less respect for him. It doesn't help that when you look at it logically, a vote cast for anyone but a Democrat or a Republican these days is a waste of a vote because no independent, Green Party, Libertarian, etc is ever going to win when most Americans are too lazy to even read the platforms of the people they're voting for, let alone look beyond what's shown to them on TV.
Honestly though, I like Obama. I've seen him speak live, a friend of mine is a professional photographer who's gone on tours with him and while I've never had the pleasure of meeting him in person I've gotten to get feedback from him in regards to questions I've had. He is incredibly intelligent, well spoken, polite, and friendly. And Michelle, who I have gotten to meet, is an absolute joy to be around. Funny, warm, charismatic, and concerned with things that actually matter... like combating childhood obesity and promoting higher standards of education.
Bear in mind I don't agree with everything Obama has done, I think over all his heart is in the right place and with the primary issues I'm concerned about on the table, he's the one I agree with.