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Russert misled on Iraq intelligence, statements by Bush and Cheney on Iraq/9-11 link | Media Matters for America
Show how this supports the claim that we "failed his way" through Harvard/Yale. Nothing here makes mention of him failing anything."But Bush's Yale transcript shows that he was a C student. He got particularly poor grades in political science and economics. In his freshman year -- the only year for which The New Yorker obtained rankings -- Bush was in the 21st percentile of his class. In other words, 79 percent of the students had better grades than he did. Indeed, when he gave a speech at Yale's 2001 commencement ceremony, he joked, "To the C students I say, you, too, can be president of the United States.""
Again:"At the time Bush's application landed at Harvard Business School, Bush Senior -- who had recovered from his defeated bids for U.S. Senate in 1964 and 1970 and was by then a former congressman from Texas, former U.S. ambassador to the United Nations and former U.S. diplomatic liaison to China -- was chairman of the Republican National Committee. Might Senior's fame have played a role?"
Show how this supports the claim that we "failed his way" through Harvard/Yale. Nothing here makes mention of him failing anything.
I particularly like how your abject and wanton failure to support your claim so very clearly illustrates your partisan bigotry.I particularly like those parts.
Last edited by Goobieman; 07-07-09 at 02:40 PM.
No... its called a willful inference, where you hear what you want to hear, or suggestive interpretation, where you hear what other people tell you should hear.It is called plausible deniability.
Nothing that I read heard or saw from anyone in the administration led me to anythig close to the conclusion that Iraq was involved in 9-11.
Given the statements that were made, I cannot imagine how anyone with any mastery of the English language could reach such a conclusion.
Last edited by Goobieman; 07-07-09 at 03:00 PM.