One of the most devastating article from the pen of Anil Selarka (Kalidas). The author critically evaluates the performance of George W Bush, the President of United States, with only 3 more days to go. He compliments Bush for his decisiveness and unwavering mind, but also admonishes him for relying too much on his coterie of advisers who misguided him all the time during his 8 years of Presidency. “While engaging in war of Iraq, Afghanistan and rest of Middle East, the President Bush almost forgot the map of United States” the author exclaims. He could have been a wonderful leader but he lost all opportunities. The author considers that he was highly influenced by his ex-President father George Henry Bush and his legacy of advisers Cheney and Rumsfeld. How he erred, where he misfired, where he excelled and how his overall performance was de rated is clearly explained by the author. Read more….