Bush spokesman Tony Fratto discussed the Iowa Caucus results with the press corps today.
With the Huckabee and Obama victories being widely viewed as votes for change, Fratto was asked if the results should be interpreted as a sign that Americans are expressing fatigue with the President and his administration.
"No, I think it's an election season [and] people are ready for -- to get on," Fratto said of the natural transition of power.
"It's good to see change in this job and the way we do it, especially if you put it in to the context of some of the troublesome transitions of power that we see happen in other countries," added Fratto. "We sort of take it for granted the way we do it. We have very competitive, hardly-fought election campaigns and graceful, peaceful transitions of power."
Read how Bush's spokeswoman Dana Perino said Thursday that he would not be watching the caucus returns because it was past his bedtime.