That's the message from New Yorkers in a new poll who say they still like Mike, but not enough to give him a fourth term in office.
Just 22% surveyed in Tuesday's Quinnipiac University poll would support Bloomberg for another term, while 58% say he should quit while he's ahead.
In every borough and demographic group, voters opposed a fourth term for him. Bloomberg won his third term in office last fall by a five-point margin after pushing the City Council to extend the old two-term limit for officeholders that had twice been approved by voters.
The new poll suggests voters haven't forgotten.
About 55% believe elected officials should be limited to two terms, but just 17% support the current three-term limit.
"New Yorkers gave Mayor Mike a third term but now they say, 'Enough is enough!' "
A new charter revision commission empaneled this month by Bloomberg could revisit term limits and recommend restoring them to their old two-term level - or eliminating them entirely.
Bloomberg still enjoys an enviable 61-27 approval rating, among the highest surveyed by the Quinnipiac poll, which is almost a mirror opposite of Gov. Paterson's 62-23 disapproval rating among city voters.
However, a clear majority of New Yorkers want Paterson to finish his term, as he has pledged to do.
Of those surveyed, 65% want him to stay in office and just 28% want him to resign.
Meanwhile, city voters strongly disapprove 54% to 31% of Lt. Gov. Richard Ravitch's plan to borrow up to $2 billion in each of the next three years to close the state's budget gap.
The survey of 819 registered New York voters was conducted Mar. 15-21 and has a 3.4-point margin of error.