Since Jon Chait's article I linked to this morning is subheaded (well, preheaded or superheaded or somethhing) The Case Against George W. Bush: Part II, you may have been wondering where is part one. That part was taken care of by Franklin Foer in an article titled Closing of the Presidential Mind. Basically, it describes Bush as an incurious moron, which has pretty much been evident since he failed the so-call pop-quiz given to him by a reporter. (Ah, remember when it was cute that he didn't know who ruled Pakistan?) It has been remarked upon before. Just now there are four years of research about what happens when you have a man who is proud of never having thought through anything as president.