America goes to the polls tomorrow.
Exciting! Nice to have an election.
Can the Republicans keep their majority in both houses of Congress? Well, yes, the answer is they can. But will they?
I seriously doubt it.
In the news media, I find Mr Bush is hardly Mr Popular. Although the Americans might not be able to remove him, they certainly want to give him a bloody nose. This can surely be achievable with all the seats in the House Of Representatives up for grabs, but with only a third of the senate being contested, overturning the majority means gaining six seats.
Apart from Mr Bush's smug look, his ridiculous gaffes and neanderthal swagger, the Republican Party and its people are looking somewhat tarnished. Americans tend not to like sex scandals, so writing sexually explicit emails to teen boys and using your meth dealer for sex (they call it massage) is hardly a good idea. And when people refuse to resign, people like to kick them out. If they can't be kicked out, people still like the kicking part.
But this is hardly Mr Bush's fault.
So what's he done?
There were no weapons of mass destruction. American soldiers die or are injured on a daily basis. If there were no terrorist training camps in Iraq before the invasion, there are now.
It's all gone horribly wrong and looks like it will never and can never be fixed. Who got the world into this mess?
Geroge W Bush.
Who knows, the Democrats might have had the very same policy when it came to Iraq. But the Republican Presidents policy was wrong. It was bad. It was stupid. When things go wrong, they are changed. When they can't be changed, they are amended.
I believe the political landscape of the USA is about to be amended.
Dubya and his party should be and will be punished.
Tuesday will be exciting.