How many INCOMPENTANT Staff did Bush hire?

and end up quiting or fired?

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  • sprcpt
    Lv 6
    1 decade ago
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    They were not incompetent, they were scapegoats for the corruption in the administration.

    Except for that horse trainer that they hired to head up FEMA.

    Now that guy was incompetent.

  • 1 decade ago

    Many of them are incompetent, but Mr. Bush take his loyalty seriously (which is why many of them were hired) and refuses to let them quit when they do wrong.

    Former FEMA director Brown is a prime example. Although he was forced out after Katrina, it took much longer than it should have, and his boss, Chertoff, is still at Homeland Security.

    (FEMA was an independent Agency with a Cabinet seat, which is where it belongs, under Clinton, but that may be a post for another day.)

    Gonzales is no better - hanging on by his fingernails for weeks after the prosecutor scandal broke.

    But as long as they are loyal to Bush and the Party, he pretty much lets them stay.

    I don't think he's fired any. Ashcroft, Rumsfeld, Gonzales and Brown are the ones who resigned that spring to mind. Even Scooter resigned after he was indicted and before he was pardoned. Wolfowitz didn't implode until he got to the World Bank.

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    It's easier and less time consuming to count the ones that are qualified which is about 3

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    If your referring to the Press Sec. He has cancer and can make about three times in the "outside world then he can in DC.

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    You mean like Colin Powell who has hiden his face in shame for his part in Bush's lies?

    Seems like every time the republicans get a good man, they ruin him theirselves.

  • 1 decade ago

    he himself is best example of incompetence!

  • 1 decade ago

    About as many as Clinton did.

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