With other Bush appointments, they say the people are not 'qualified'. With Condi, they say she just isn't up to the job. In fact, that seems to be the trend with all the minority appointments.
She isn't qualified to be Secretary of State, she wasn't qualified to National Security Advisor. It was thought that she would grow in the job of NSA, but her lack of administration skills doomed her almost from the first day. Instead of leading, she waited till she got a clue from the President or Cheney and then fed any information that fit, ignoring all else.
She did prove herself to be a fine sounding board for the President in her many appearances on news programs, but that's the job of Press Secretary not NSA.
At State, she will be in way over her head, a place Colin Powell never found himself, but then he was a formidable and knowledgeable leader. He had vast amounts of experience at running large numbers of people through a variety of tasks. You kind of learn that sort of thing in Officer's Training School..
Ah well. I look forward to the hearings on her confirmation. She will be confirmed, no doubt, then hang on, it's going to be a bumpy ride.
BTW There was another National Security Advisor who was run off by Dick Cheney before he had a chance to become Sec of State. Dick didn't like him too much and thought he might derail some of his plans. That man's name was Henry Kissinger.