One of the biggest mistakes Americans tend to make -- and people in other nations, too -- is letting George W. Bush get to us. He's really good at doing it, and counts on it to bring out the worst in his enemies and the best in his allies.
When SLEs try to model social conditions, they use +Fi. They mean to use +Fi to make things happen socially, like for example, LIIs use +Se to try to tweak a person's character. SLEs think, "X could happen; X would make me feel Y, which I don't want." So SLE thinks, "I'll make people feel W, which I've already determined will allow me to fulfull Z over X". When we get upset at Bush, or overreact to him at all, we're playing by his rules on his public emotional chessboard.
So how do we overcome his manipulations, when we are so near to being rid of him? First up, ignore him. Make a point of it. Remember: any emotional action you make towards him has probably been precalculated to his advantage. Instead, look at the facts: he's squandered his power, and all that he has left now is your Fi reactions by which means he might re-energize his Te, if we weren't on to him. So long as Americans keep their cool about him and avoid getting swept up into his emotional harangues, it'll be Americans voting for American reasons, not his. (like he tried to bait today, when he "predicted" a Republican victory in Nov. He also predicted Americans would support the war in Iraq so... don't take it too seriously.)