After all, he was their boy when it came to invading Iraq.
In this issue of Vanity Fair, Richard Perle, when of the architects of the NeoCon takeover of the American Government, calls the bush administration "dysfunctional".
"The decisions did not get made that should have been. They didn't get made in a timely fashion, and the differences were argued out endlessly.Â At the end of the day, you have to hold the president responsible."
Of course, like a good little goose stepper he has a place to fix the blame, he says of Bush;
"I don't think he realized the extent of the opposition within his own administration, and the disloyalty."
Then we have Kenneth Adelman who served on the Defense Policy Board until 2005 and is one of the big NeoCon "names". He had this to say about the Bush administration;
"I just presumed that what I considered to be the most competent national-security team since Truman was indeed going to be competent. They turned out to be among the most incompetent teams in the post-war era. Not only did each of them, individually, have enormous flaws, but together they were deadly, dysfunctional."
It has only taken six years and thousands of deaths, but know we know that the Bush administration is the most incompetent to sit in the White House since it was built. The real power Base of BushCo is to be found in the Multi-Nationals and the oil companies, who are the only groups that have thrived under Bush. The NeoCons on one side have seen that their policies are complete failures (especially when they get in the way of Haliburton making money)
On the other side, we see the Dominionists imploding from within as congregations all over the US discover just how corrupt their leadership actually is. The religious Right has proved to be nothing more than expendable "shock troops" for BushCo which could really care less about the Dominionist agendas.
Well, in just a few days we can change things,