Far more important than the inarticulateness of the president was the flimsiness of his justification for invading Iraq.
Like Captain Queeg in his rambling courtroom testimony in The Caine Mutiny, George W. Bush was in a state of denial. His refusal to face up to the fact that an exhaustive effort by his own investigators to find an Iraqi WMD program had found none suggests a willfulness that borders on psychosis.
It also reveals that he had ordered a major and costly war for no good reason.
Jean Edward Smith, from his book ‘Bush’