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09-30-2003, 06:29 AM
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Originally Posted by SmokeyClause
I can argue this as well. It's just opinion as to who's what. But the argument is not that he got into Yale/Harvard. It's that he graduated and received his masters. How many here could do such a thing? Surely you don't think his father pulled him through Yale, do you? How little respect do you have for that institution. Like I said, his father may have gotten him in, but after that, he was on his own.
Have you done any research on this, or are you assuming he did it on his own? People have dug into GW's background at Yale. It's not much of a story anymore, old news. It wasn't the sort of thing you'd want to hear about anyone in power, though. Plus, there have been reports from insiders close to Bush that he just isn't all that bright.

Still, there's no requirement that anyone take an IQ test or be questioned by the Smart Guy Tribunal before he or she takes over a political office, so it really doesn't matter. Politicians should be judged on their deeds, not their SAT scores.

It doesn't seem to have much to do with hockey, one way or the other.

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