Barry Artiste. Now Public Contributor
Wow, Karma's a Bitch, especially when Politico's John Kerry and Al Gore call Bush Stupid publicly and question his Intelligence, show not only their arrogance, but perhaps shows one should know when to shut their mouth, cause Karma can Bite you in the Ass!
What a surprise to learn that academically Bush kicked Ass without really trying, outshining both Politicians on the Academic front, as one can safely state, John Kerry and Al Gore must have felt right at home in their favourite position, that position facing the corner of the classroom, as Student Dunces, complete with what only be described as Pointy, to match their heads of non intelligence.
Just imagine, if these two call Bush intellectually challenged, what does it say about these two?
University Transcripts show President George Bush outshone his Liberal Adversaries on the academic front. Now it also said in University George Bush was a “Party Hardy Typical College Guy”. Just imagine if Party Boy George, buckled down, studied harder, who knows what the results would be. One result that stands out is his political adversaries must be embarrassed to let the Public know, they were and are not just as Smart as Bush when it came to hitting the books . Certainly speaks volumes Liberal Wonks of their intellect, and their Liberal handlers who wish the public not know their Liberal Candidates IQ shortcomings. Now that’s an Inconvenient Truth we now know about, and the Gores and Kerry Camps wished we didn’t. http://network.nationalpost.com/np/blogs/fullcomment/archive/2008/08/01/peter-schweizer-the-arrogance-of-uneducated-liberals.aspx The arrogance of uneducated liberals Posted: August 01, 2008, 9:00 PM by Kelly McParland During the 2000 election, George W. Bush was often given the moniker “stupid.” A Boston television reporter tripped him up with a “pop quiz,” asking him the names of foreign leaders. At the same time, his opponent, Vice President Al Gore, was presented as the consummate intellectual. He went out of his way to drop phrases like “Cartesian revolution” and used complex metaphors like “the clockwork universe” in his speeches. Indeed, Gore seemed obsessed with proving how smart he was — and the media was his willing accomplice. The media reported at least a dozen times that Gore was “the smartest kid in the class.” Bloomberg News observed that Gore had little patience for those “a few IQ points short of genius.” The New York Times asked (in all seriousness), “Is Gore too smart to be president?” His biggest challenge, the paper explained, was “to show that he is a regular guy despite a perceived surplus of gravitas, which at least some Americans seem to find intimidating.” This liberal assumption that a candidate can be just too darn smart to win a presidential election in this country goes back to Adlai Stevenson. What proof was there of Gore’s alleged gravitas? How exactly did the media know that Gore was so smart and Bush so dumb? In fact, the record did not indicate any of this was true. It was often alleged, probably with reason, that Bush only got into Yale because his father had gone there and his grandfather had been a Connecticut senator. Yet Gore, with high school Bs and Cs (his only As were in art), got into Harvard in part because (like other politicians’ sons, including a raft of Kennedys) his father was a famous senator. At Harvard, Gore’s grades did not improve. In his sophomore year he earned a D, a C-minus, two Cs, two C-pluses and one B-minus. He was in the bottom fifth of his class his first two years in school. Later he flunked out of divinity school (failing five of his eight classes) and dropped out of Vanderbilt University Law School. Gore was once asked (after having served in the U.S. Senate for several years) to name his favourite president. “President Knox,” he replied. Senator John Kerry, when he ran against George W. Bush in 2004, was likewise heralded as an intellectual in contrast to the ill-informed Bush. It started in 1999, when Kerry “questioned Mr. Bush’s intelligence,” as The New York Times put it. “All over this country people are asking whether or not George Bush is smart enough to be president of the United States,” Kerry said. During the 2004 campaign he continued with that theme, supported by the Democratic Party, liberal commentators and the mainstream news media. Howell Raines, former executive editor of The New York Times, explained during the election that it was quite obvious that Bush was a dim bulb in contrast to Kerry: “Does anyone in America doubt that Kerry has a higher IQ than Bush? I’m sure the candidates’ SATs and college transcripts would put Kerry far ahead.” Fact checking was apparently not necessary for Raines. Though at the time, of course, no one could actually check because Kerry kept refusing to release his transcripts from Yale, or any information about intelligence tests that he would have taken as a Navy officer. Bush had taken the equivalent Air Force Qualifying Test, and they would have made a good point of comparison. But the results were not, Kerry said, “relevant” to the campaign, even though his campaign was based in part on Bush’s lack of intelligence. (A similar excuse was made in regard to Kerry’s military records, though his campaign was largely based on his claim to have been a hero in Vietnam — before he became an outspoken critic of the war. In other words, he was for the war before he was against it.)