I'm sure we all remember when the then-wandering late-stage Alzheimer's spirit of Ronald Reagan greeted the Twig to the Oval Office with the prescient toast, "If I didn't, this fer sure proves that any-fucking-moron can be President...here's to the American voters, may self-evident facts never change their opinion."
What is less known is that after his June, 2004 death, Reagan's still-senile "spirit" became a permanent resident, advising a grateful Bush on the intricacies of his "work."
From "Bring some rag-head country to it's knees like I did Iran," to "Forget about planning for natural disasters, they don't need your help...that's why the call them 'natural.'" Reagan's calm hand is always over Bush's on the helm, imparting the knowledge from his many successes (like not being impeached) to the present Head of State.
Some staffers, Secret Service, as well as the Press have noted the long pauses in Bush's speech (he is communing with Reagan) and his long wandering and off-the-point-entirely answers to questions (Bush is not afraid to publicly air his discourses with his "Godly mentor", as he calls Reagan's ghost, which he often sees quite vividly!)