George Bush is not a great leader. Anyone with half a brain and a yardstick sould tell you he's not even a good leader. He doesn't have to be one because he has something else: good followers. Bush says what they want to hear and for that they'll follow him anywhere like a lost puppy starved for attention and hungry for food. They want to believe that exposing criminal government behavior aids the enemy more than it hurts our country. They want to believe that the war on terror can be won by dropping bombs on civilian populations.
Take a good look at the gentleman in the picture above. Notice the glazed over brainwashed look in his eye? He is good follower. You need to be in the Bush ADD-ministration because if you offer an opinion different from the one Bush wants to hear, you may as well start packing and sending out resumes. So when Senator Patrick Leahy asked head of the Justice Department's office of legal counsel if Bush's interpretation of the Supreme Court ruling in the Hamdan case was right or wrong, what did Steve Bradbury say?
The president is always right.
Yes, he actually said that. Even Bush admitted yesterday that prisoners rights were violated at Guantanamo, after refusing to acknowledge it for five years. So when was he right? The former or the latter? Personally, I think Mr. Bradbury needs to lay off the kool-aid myself, for I can't think of one instance where Bush has ever been right.
"They hate us because we're free"-sorry, they hate us because we show no regard for their sovereignity and no respect for the basic human rights.
"Heckuva job, Brownie."
"Iraq has weapons of mass destruction."
There are many more instances where Bush has been completely wrong, and I could sit here all night typing. And I'm sure you could think of more instances when he's been wrong, such as ignoring the PDB stating Osama determined to strike US, but has there ever been an instance in this ADD-ministration where he's been right? I didn't think so.