I agree- I may be too cynical these days, but I think what's interesting here is not the content, but the author! I was living in Texas during those years, and I suspect that there are some 'behind the scenes' shenanigans going on here... Scott McClellan's mother is Carol Keeton Strayhorn, who used to be the comptroller in Texas, and who has a very contentious relationship with the current governor, Rick Perry, and there is a lot of infighting in the Republican party in Texas... so I have to wonder, why is this book coming out now? And who stands to gain from it, aside from McClellan's bank account? (In the interest of context, I should point out that I'm not a Republican, so my view is slanted from the other way.)
But it's sad that the content is so patently obvious and true, isn't it? Argh. As a military spouse, I can't think too hard about all the lives affected (globally) by this whole ordeal, or my head will explode.