America may be more than ready for George W. Bush's presidency to end, but not all countries are eager to see 43 fade off into the sunset. Perhaps no country will miss Bush more than Israel, which, many speculate, launched its recent assault on Gaza to take advantage of the president's support. ("Israel is probably the only place on earth where Bush can still get a standing ovation," says one scholar.) In Africa, Bush enjoys an 80 percent approval rating—he is beloved for his efforts to fight the spread of AIDS, and his role playing peace maker between the Arab north and African south. The Sudanese routinely name their children George Bush. Rounding out the Bush lovers, for reasons economic and geopolitical, are Colombia, the Ukraine, and Georgia.