If the president Bush were a traitor or a spy you'd have to admire his competence. He took over a country at peace that was "paying down the defecit too fast" and proceeded to turn it into a world-wide target of political Islam while simultaneously weakening relationships with our allies.
That is a pretty good one-two punch to America's gut, and taking steps to crush the laws which make us free and the ideas which make us strong, is another effective blow.
In the meantime he has built up a russian-style network of ring-kissing cronies and appointed them to positions well beyond the grasp of their talents. This has meant a decrease in our capacity to respond to emergencies on American soil at a time when a good argument for doing the opposite exists.
He has also, curiously and on more than one occasion, taken steps to turn the fury and focus of our armed forces away from Osama's network.
Bill Scher over at Liberal Oasis has a post detailing many such moves:
Defying Pa's Plans
And Peter Bergen reminds us of the counter-productive nature of many current policies:
How Osama got away
And then there is this curious story:
Leaking ship of state
When one considers that most of these events are not the result of inaction, but instead of consistent action, one begins to wonder if this is incompetent leadership or competent betrayal.
At least that is so when the one in question is I.