Well, not exactly.
Fred Barnes explains how the Bush Administration can make the last two years of his Presidency look like a third term, by shaking things up a little.
From a strategy standpoint, it's a crap shoot. Doing it does not guarantee an instant rise in popularity. In short, it does not come without risk. If he does shake things up a bit, some will say that he put his finger into the wind and reacted to the wind shift, too easily. The Dems will claim that the changes indicate that he is backtracking and responding to heavy media pressure, which has been predicting changes and trumpeting them, loudly. They will also say that he is playing to the polls, something he hasn't done much of during his watch.
I am not sure that it will happen. It may happen to some degree, but not as pronounced as what Mr. Barnes is recommending. But Mr. Barnes is certainly more in the loop than me. So, I guess this is just another classic case of "what do I know?".
HT: Real Clear Politics