Tuesday, June 07, 2005

Kerry was the smart one and Dubya was the dumb one, right? WRONG!

The Feckless Crapweasel finally got around to releasing his military records and The Boston Globe reports that Yale grades portray Kerry as a lackluster student.

Gee, does this mean that the media lied to us about how brilliant Kerry was supposed to be? (How about Gore, too?)

During last year's presidential campaign, John F. Kerry was the candidate often portrayed as intellectual and complex, while George W. Bush was the populist who mangled his sentences.

But newly released records show that Bush and Kerry had a virtually identical grade average at Yale University four decades ago.

In 1999, The New Yorker published a transcript indicating that Bush had received a cumulative score of 77 for his first three years at Yale and a roughly similar average under a non-numerical rating system during his senior year.

Kerry, who graduated two years before Bush, got a cumulative 76 for his four years, according to a transcript that Kerry sent to the Navy when he was applying for officer training school. He received four D's in his freshman year out of 10 courses, but improved his average in later years.

Kerry's weak grades came despite years of education at some of the world's most elite prep schools, ranging from Fessenden School in Massachusetts to St. Paul's School in New Hampshire.

That Kerry was a media-created myth is old news to anyone with an IQ above room temperature, but what I want to know is: Where the hell were these pictures during the campaign?!?!?

Yeep!!! Can you say "Herman F*cking Munster"?!?!? I knew you could!

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