I doubt it. Whoever wins the nomination probably won't want the president anywhere near them.
“Whoever wins the nomination....”
More then likely that is correct, most President’s get a “bump” as their time in office expires, but with GWB, I don’t think that will happen for him.
A pity really as GWB has done some darn good things for America, from the Court to the War on Terror to Tax Cuts and Home ownership growth and there has not been a better time to be in an investor, from Bonds to Wall Street, making money in the GWB term via investing is completely attainable.
Besides, what would an “Anti bush” look like other then Rudy Guliani....err...maybe that is the point...
If that is the attitude of the Republican nominee, mark my words, he will lose in the general election. Republicans cannot afford to be divided next year in November. If we cannot pull together by then, we will deserve the Democrat President we help to put into office.