I think the guy's already in his last term. As I said, I suspect it's lurking in the wings somewhere. The only question is when they'll get to it -- right now they have bigger fish to fry, like nationalizing a sixth of the economy and establishing power over the population's health care. At the moment, establishing power over the population's personal safety is a lower priority. The other thing is that they really can't move on anything until McDonald gets resolved and they know the bounds they'll have to work around. My bet is that if they hang on to enough seats in November, they'll try to move in 2011.