Still Waiting… is a memoir written by Janetra Johnson covering a period of time during George W. Bush’s run as governor of Texas and President of the United States, in which there were two controversies alleging the destruction of performance documents. The subject in this book is not one you will hear about from mainstream media, publishers, activists or court officials. This book is being written for an online community of readers already familiar with the George W. Bush military service controversy, who have also read Bush-related books and articles and are still interested in another perspective of his performance.
Still Waiting… is a book that goes back to examine the George W. Bush military service controversy and the Title VII doctrinal revolution controversy in the federal legal system. This book includes an account of Janetra’s legal journey to the United States Supreme Court in which she got no answers. In the back of the book is an appendix of documentary evidence that alleges to show the destruction of another National Guard performance record.
During the 1st document controversy, 60 Minutes II ran into trouble in September 2004 when Mary Mapes and Dan Rather received a set of documents from Bill Burkett, which alleged that, while in the service of the Texas Air National Guard, United States President George W. Bush was declared unfit for duty and suspended from service.
Bush’s first performance controversy was dramatized in the 2015 film Truth, starring Robert Redford as Dan Rather and Cate Blanchett as Mary Mapes and directed by James Vanderbilt. It is based on Mapes' memoir Truth and Duty: The Press, the President, and the Privilege of Power.
This book seeks to preserve court documents on the grounds of their enduring cultural, historical, or evidentiary value. Still Waiting… is a book that says, I am still waiting for veteran disability benefits, so I will write about my then commander-in-chief while I wait.