The 43rd President of the United States.
Son of the 41st President, George HW Bush, George Bush took office in January of 2001, narrowly beating his Democratic opponent, Al Gore by just a few electoral votes. Al Gore actually won the popular vote, but George Bush received more votes in the electoral college, causing several state political parties to start gerrymandering the districts. He then proceeded to be re-elected by a popular margin of 5,000,000 votes in November of 2004 against his Democratic opponent, Senator John Kerry (D-MA). Since George Bush is on his second term, he may not run for re-election again in 2008. The Bush administration will go down in history as one of the most contreversial administrations in America; much like Ronald Reagan, revered by Republicans, abhorred by Democrats.
Rather than give you an ignorant 9th Grader's definition of George Bush, I will give you a definition that is more informative and mature.