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Will George W. Bush ever leave office?
Will the next Presidential election be held on November 4, 2008?
Yes, of course. [ 47 ] ** [77.05%]
Yes, but we won't be able to trust the vote unless we rein in companies like Diebold, ES&S, and Sequoia. [ 13 ] ** [21.31%]
No, BushCo will cancel elections in the name of national security. [ 1 ] ** [1.64%]
Will Bush leave office by noon on January 20, 2009?
Yes, there will be a normal, peaceful transition of power. [ 53 ] ** [86.89%]
Yes, but he'll actually be removed by impeachment before then. [ 3 ] ** [4.92%]
No, Bush will not voluntarily relinquish power. [ 5 ] ** [8.20%]
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post Jul 22 2007, 07:38 PM
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In another topic, DaffyGrl makes a comment that deserves its own thread:
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I have always maintained that the Bush administration will find a reason, even if they have to manufacture an event, to nullify term limits and keep Bush in power indefinitely.

I heard this kind of talk before the 2004 elections, and was tempted to place some wagers. I didn't, not because I thought the election would be canceled, but because I thought Bush would likely win and I wouldn't have the heart to demand payment from someone already depressed over a second Bush term. This time around, though, I'm willing to put some money where my mouth is.

The next Presidential election is scheduled for November 4, 2008.

1. Will the election be held as scheduled?

2. Will Bush leave office by noon on January 20, 2009?

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post Jan 23 2009, 07:07 PM
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