Medals of Freedom
Bush continues his unbroken string of rewards for incompetents by awarding the Presidential Medal of Freedom to the Iraq War's "Three Stooges": Tenet, Franks, and Bremer.
Tenet's pre-war intelligence was uniformly wrong. It was so bad, that it was a wonder the US managed to find the country.
Frank's war skills were so stellar that at a time when the military was recalling 70-year-olds to active duty, he was allowed to retire. Not enough troops, and no attempt to maintain order or secure weapons dumps.
Bremer's Coalition Provisional Authority was so inept that his efforts at rebuilding cost taxpayers billions while leaving the Iraqis worse off when he departed than when he arrived.
A note to Bush: when you award a medal that is suspended from a neck ribbon, you fasten the ribbon before hand, face the honoree, and slip it over their head, which they bow to accept the award. It's a medal, George, not a necklace. You have a protocol chief at the White House, he/she can show you how it's supposed to be done.