2004 – Refrendum On Bush (overhauled)

It is election season and America is at war. After 8 years of Democratic White House, George W. Bush narrowly won the Presidency. Since then, Bush’s plans have been derailed by terrorist attacks on 9/11. Bush responded by invading Aghanistan and Iraq. Now, as he faces re-election, Bush’s once towering approval ratings are declining. In face of two wars, a controversial election, and a sluggish economy, can Bush, like his father, end up as a one term President?

Democratic Candiates: Howard Dean, John Kerry, John Edwards, Wesley Clarke, Richard Gephardt, Joseph Lieberman, Dennis Kucinich, Al Sharpton and Carol Moseley Braun (more a-historical candiates)

Republican Canidates: George W. Bush (more a-historical cnadiates)

Independent: Ralph Nader.

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