The Cheerleader in Chief

The Cheerleader in Chief
George W. Bush has never been a successful executive by any measure. His record as a business owner was lackluster to poor and mostly sustained by his family associations and other’s self interest. What did George Bush excel at? Cheerleading. This would be his role in many areas of policy crafted and issued from the office of the Vice President. He would be the cover Cheney needed to impliment long publicly discussed ambitions to reshape the role of the Presidency, the Vice Presidency, and the foreign and domestic policies of the country into his paranoid paradigm based in fear and distrust.