Tuesday, June 07, 2005

'Kerry's Yale Grades Similar to Bush's'

Oh my god, who gives a sh*t?

Really, now, c'mon guys. Election is over.

A) Grades mean nothing
B) Two words: Grad Inflation - when my generation runs they'll be comparing the numbers of Bs and As candidates received - which will all be meaningless anyway.
C) Not like I'm going to stop mocking Bush's stupidity now
D) Not like there aren't about a million other indicators of why Kerry is and will always be smarter than W.

Let he who is without a crappy college grade cast the first stone (Richard Johnson, seriously, put down the damn rock).


Anonymous said...

No worries. Princeton's economics department has taken care of that for me. Ah, graduate school. The great equalizer! (Tosses rock over shoulder...)

The_Question said...

Does an A- count? :-)

Anonymous said...

Who cares? Hmm, two people: Hillary Clinton and John Edwards.

This didn't come from the Bush crowd: it's just another "dumb Bush" story.

Anonymous said...

I'm not saying Bush is a genius - he's not. CD, you are almost certainly objectively smarter than Bush.

But, an analysis of their SAT scores suggests that Bush is a little smarter than Kerry. Not enough to matter in the real world, but a little bit. People only think Bush is dumb because he talks like a Texan, and that led his opponents to fatally underestimate him.

Why did people think Kerry was smart? He never seemed to present a coherent argument to me. I don't recall a single valid syllogism from him in any of the debates. He mostly appealled solely to pathos and authority.

Dean, on the other hand, does acutally appear to be smart. It's too bad he doesn't have the wisdom and humility to go along with it.

Josh said...

Thank God for other stupid (stupid = played to hard in school) people making it far.

Did Clinton get good grades? Reagan? Nixon? Kennedy? Hell, did Truman even go to college?

People do not want some smart ass, know it alls leading them. I'm sorry, but that is the truth.

The_Question said...

Clinton was a Rhodes Scholar. So yes, he did get good grades.