We have One President, George W. Bush, and One Vice-President, Richard B. Cheney
On Tuesday, November 4, 2008, just 366 days from now [leap year], Americans will go to the polls to elect a new President, to take office January 20, 2009.
That regularly scheduled event of our great Democracy does not change the following facts:
President Bush and Vice President Cheney chose to run for re-election in 2004; their party, the Republican Party, chose to nominate them.
The American people elected President George W. Bush and Vice President Richard B. Cheney to continue to run our country for a second four-year term, beginning January 20, 2005 and concluding January 20, 2009.
We, the American people, expect President Bush and Vice President Cheney and, indeed, their entire Administration, to do their duty.
Money quote from Media Lizzy (15 October, 2007 22:16):
4. The country isn't going to shit. We have an election next year. So, you guys won't have to worry about the Bushies any more. Or the Hagers. Just vote Democrat and the magical airlift will commence.
As said in response, Sorry, but we expect President Bush and Vice President Cheney to Do Their Duty. They chose to run for re-election and that means really running our country, and leading The American People, for the entire four years.
And we equally give all due credit for everyone in their party for all of their party's accomplishments. [Don't worry; we're already working on the Democratic Party.]