Then again, George W. Bush is getting along with just about everybody. After getting reelected in a walk to the Texas governorship, Bush -- along with his brother Jeb, a winner in Florida -- is ready to take a new Republicanism to the national stage, the kind that women and minorities can support. "The Bushes are saying that moral issues have hurt the party," says TIME Austin bureau chief Sam Gwynne, "and they have broad enough support -- Hispanics, blacks, even Jews -- that they don't necessarily need the religious right." They got it anyway; exit polls indicated that along with everyone else, right-wing voters supported both Bushes. So the GOP may have its player -- but given what's about to happen to California, will he want to run against a stacked deck?