The problem is only partly that Meg is George's boss. The primary thing that will hamstring him from protecting the DLR against her decisions is that Tom promoted her and Bob approved it. In the world of Disney politics, a criticism of Meg is equivalent to a criticism of the two top guys, which anyone in Disney management who wants to keep their career growing and thriving knows not to do.
It was this political "golden boy effect" that empowered Paul at Disneyland. The message of "I'm Paul Pressler and I've Been Personally Promoted by Michael Eisner" was as clear to Paul's peers and subordinates as if he'd worn it on a t-shirt. As a result, no one dared complain to Michael about the damage he was doing, until it was much too late.