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  • Only have one more year to go. :D
  • Until the end of his presidency and then there will be the chance of change! Or will there?
  • G'day Steve, Thank you for your question. One more year and you will have the opportunity to vote for a leader more to your liking. Regards
  • America will survive until Hillary takes office, at which point it will die. Pray for Mitt.
  • well they have just on a year to get their act together ...and stop pandering to the religious right and get of their knee's crawling to them and put them back in their place because religion and politics should NEVER be in bed together and the perfect example is the last two terms!
  • Hopefully one more year...
  • Trick question - Americans have long since forgotten the definition of freedom; we abandoned it for security. However, America won't exist much longer, it's goung to be integrated into the North American Union with Canada and Mexico. Soon Africa and Asia will follow suit, and all four will be blended into one world government, ruled by a corporate super-elite, with no freedom but plenty of things to buy and escape from your obviously perverted and potentially dangerous neighbours with! Have fun, thanks for watching, if you need me, you don't know where to find me!
  • Strange that such a "horrible" person as George Bush managed to get re-elected. What does that say about the opposition? Let's not overdramatize this anymore than it already has been. It really doesn't matter who gets elected next; things aren't really going to be any "better." If this God-awful two-party government elects a Democrat, then the liberal agenda will be rammed down everyone's throats for a couple of years, people will get sick of it, and start railing against the Democrats. The next Congressional election would then gain more Conservative seats, and the government will be deadlocked in idiotic contradiction for the sake of towing the party line rather than doing what the people want. If another Republican is elected, then the deadlocked government will just continue as it is now. It's a lose-lose situation either way. I HATE 'partisan politics.' Americans deserve more than two polar-opposite choices. I'm no fan of George Bush, but I will give the man credit for one thing: he keeps his word. The word might not be popular with a lot of people, but I have to give a little respect to someone that sticks with what they think is right despite the dissention around them. The government needs an enema.
  • America is tired of George W. Bush, and ready for a change. All will be over soon, but for many, not soon enough.
  • A large number of people would rather hibernate and wake up when he's gone. American people, and most of the world, have to wait about 14 more odd months for president Bush to leave office.
  • The USA will survive as a free nation for a lot longer than the period of office of the current President. The problem with whoever replaces him is that that person will also be a member of that most foul of species, a politician.
  • Well if there is a Christian majority and he says all the right things to get them to vote for him, then things look like they will repeat themselves.
  • The United States has had enough of George W. Bush. The guy has crashed the family station wagon into the globe and now the global economy. America has not had a moment to shine since 1999. The dollar’s crumpling, the recession’s thundering, the Dow’s bungee-jumping and the world’s disapproving, yet George has turned into Gene Kelly, tap dancing and singing in a one-man review called “The Most Happy Fella". Only a few months to go. ENOUGH!
  • George Walker Bush will step down on January 20, 2009 as scheduled, he has less than eight months to insult our collective intelligence as a people -- The American public appears quite ready for his presidency to be over, the only remarkable shift will be the enormous sigh of relief that his term has expired, or he has, on or before January 2009. Following eight long years of George W. Bush, eight years of incompetence, corruption and cronyism, eight years of government of the few, by the few, and for the few, the nation is tired of chest-pounding -- Bush has made America a laughingstock of the world, we are an embarrassment to the civilized world. What a painful price for America to have paid to see the results of politics over competence! Sad -- But, George Walker Bush and his cronies are laughing all the way to the bank! When Bush leaves office a lot of people will approve of his leaving, I will be among those most happy to see the moving van leave the White House. Without any doubts, this administration would view an approval rating of 1% as wildly successful -- Remember, this is a guy who won twice with Rove-engineered razor thin margins and then called it a 'mandate' -- Bushworld and our reality are two different planets.
  • America will survive George W. Bush, it will take a long time but America will recover. All things change, and my hope is that the idea of America will rise again, even if our government has betrayed it.
  • As long as we need to..then the question becomes.."how long will it take for us to thrive after "the decider" goes away? " That is the much harder question to answer..probably generations..the damage to every structure in our government is grave. He has undermined everything of consequence to our nation..the sad part is he doesn't have a clue! :(
  • Until he's gone, at least.
  • The president in power is always the worst president we've ever had; always the direct object of unqualified criticism, and always the focal point of the naysayers and gloom-&-doom yak-yakkers. There have been worse presidents before him, and there will probably be worse presidents yet to come. Someday you might wake up and get the big picture. Next you're probably going to tell us what a wonderful job the other candidates could do of fixing everything. Then after they've been in office for a few years, you'll be bad-mouthing them too. I've been around the block a few times, and I've heard all the BS that comes out of mouths of those who know everything. I'm not easily impressed by anyone spewing forth his/her unqualified political expertise.
  • well hopefully til he is out of office ya think lol

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