For the GOP, his lost backing demonstrates a failed presidency, with a truly disastrous combination of arrogance and incompetence.
The Israeli-Iranian rivalry is a highly competitive contest in incompetence.
“If they were firing him for incompetence, they should have done it long ago,” she adds.
It was either ISI incompetence or complicity—neither is comforting.
One, the public gets more and more disgusted with the appearance of incompetence.
If any are debarred, the cause must be their own incompetence.
You must become an advertiser or you must pay the penalty of incompetence.
Though one part of his mind wanted him to smile at the quick assumption of his incompetence.
One was the incompetence of the Irish people for local government.
Through the incompetence of Titus and Lockridge, the key to Nicaragua was lost, perhaps for ever.
incompetence in·com·pe·tence (ĭn-kŏm'pĭ-təns) or in·com·pe·ten·cy (-tən-sē)
The quality of being incompetent or incapable of performing a function, as the failure of the cardiac valves to close properly.
The condition of being not legally qualified, as to stand trial.
The inability to distinguish right from wrong or to manage one's affairs.