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August 30, 2006


Hmm. That's about 1.5 books per week -- and tons of hours sitting in the corner while the adults around him wreck the planet.


Bush, who have a higher GPA at Yale than John Kerry, couldn't possibly read that many books.

"The new push to present the President as a bookworm is as desperate as it is dubious."

John Whitehead

What does the President's relative grades have to do with anything (they were both average students)?

I don't see how anyone with a very demanding work schedule can read so many books. Especially when many of them are bios.



That's what I said, I didn't see how anyone could read so many books. Especially for someone only slightly brighter than John Kerry.

John Whitehead


Gotcha. I should have waited until afternoon to start drinking my beers.


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