Washington, D.C. (Roto Reuters) In a surprising move today President George W. Bush has petitioned a superior court to have his name legally changed. If the District of Columbia (Washington, D.C.) court decides that the requested name change is consistent with the public interest and not detrimental to the interests of anyone else the name change will become official. The President has declared that this name change will be put into effect so that people can more easily differentiate between the presidencies of his father and himself. Mr. Bush had decided to retain his last name and to change his middle name to But and his first name to Anybody. The name change which takes six to eight weeks to process should appear on the presidential ballot officially as Anybody But Bush.