Some of my specific examples involved pointing out all of the work that should be his and that I've been doing. On top of my own job - which is already more than one person can do.
The next day, I offloaded all this on to a teammate...only to find out I was not the first person that day to pull him aside and complain about the boss's incompetence.
I also found out that at least one teammate had told boss-of-boss, before this boss was given this job, that he was incapable of doing the job. To no avail.
He's been negotiating a big contract on our behalf...with an absolute misunderstanding of what it is that we do or are capable of doing.
I'm still doing my job, and I'm doing what I can for the team.
But my mindset has shifted. I like the people (most of them), the paycheck, the lack of dress code, the 5 weeks of vacation, the Friday afternoons off...I'd like the actual work I'm doing, if I could just for once actually have the time to do it to my standards and not just some half-assed thing that has to be re-done againe in 3 months.
The incompetence of this manager negates all of that.
I'm unlikely to walk away from the paycheck until I have another lined up - I have a mortgage, and multiple people and animals depending on me for food and/or shelter - but until then I will be blunt with boss (for all the good it does), and treat him with the lack of respect he deserves.