Please provide a link to the actual ruling. I doubt that the judge ever used the words: "President George W. Bush is a felon". You are quoting an author's (hyperbolic) opinion of what the ruling meant as far as they were concerned, not the words of the judge himself.
I have no law degree. Accept my opinions and information with as large a grain of salt as you like. I might suggest that you give my opinions at least as much weight as you apparently give to Len Hart of The Existentialist Cowboy, who appears to have majored in communications and is a film and video producer (according to the profile on his site). Fine pedigree and probably a marvelous person, but having exactly the same amount of law education and experience as me... zero. Actually, I've been sued, so I may have more experience than him.
One does not get labeled a "felon", much less a "criminal", as the result of a civil court case, unless she commits perjury or is found in contempt of court or some other illegal act covered under criminal law. A "felon" has to have been found, in a criminal court, to be guilty of the accused crime and the crime has to be a felony. Civil cases generally are settled by paying damages to the plaintiff and perhaps other remedies (injunctions, custody, forced employment actions, etc.). Criminal cases, I believe (and I'm not sure about this), are always prosecuted by a government agency (DOJ, state AG's office, county criminal justice office, etc.), never by a private citizen.
That said, I do not know if this particular case is a criminal or civil case. Because the case has been phrased to be a private group/individuals against the government I assumed they were suing the government on the basis of civil cause of action. They could be after financial compensation or injunctive relief or both. The verdict and rulings in the case can establish legal precedent, and in the case of the government can result in laws being struck down or prevent actions from being continued. However, no one person would be ending up going to prison or personally paying a dime or otherwise losing their freedom or property. And certainly not Bush or anyone else would become a "felon" as a direct result of this civil case.
For example, was anyone in DC government deemed a felon for denying residents their 2nd amendment rights for the past 30 years? Of course not. Those that passed and enforced such violations were incorrect to be doing so all this time, but they weren't criminals or felons for having done so. So to will be the result in this case which probably boils down to a claim of a violation of this group's members' 4th amendment rights, assuming it goes forward and that they win. A win would have resounding impact, don't get me wrong. It is a very important case. It just isn't going to result in the kind of label and personal result for President Bush that you so clearly want.
And as for: "& those lies were uttered to protect his boss, Dick Cheney, from being exposed as a traitor to his country & a felon." Really? As I said, I don't know the details of what lies he was alleged to have told as part of the perjury charges. You'll forgive me if I don't take your word for it that the lies in question protected Cheney or others by hiding their traitorous, felonious acts. It just doesn't make sense that that was the case. If they have evidence enough to prove to a jury that there was truth besides that which Libby claimed on such an important matter as hiding Cheney's traitorous acts, then it stands to reason they knew enough to make a stab at prosecuting any crime revealed in those truths. Since that didn't happen, it stands to reason that the lies were much more mundane in nature. Probably attempts to protect himself from prosecution or perhaps were more or less inconsequential lies which in themselves were a crime to utter in the course of the inquiry but didn't really matter as far as further charges were concerned. If you can point me at some primary source
materials accounting what was charged and what was found in the verdict, I'll gladly take a look.