Yoshi Tsurumi was one of George W. Bush's professors at Harvard Business School. In an article on Salon.com, Mary Jacoby talks about Tsurumi's experiences teaching our current Presidunce, Mr. Bush. In it, Tsurumi states:
"I don't remember all the students in detail unless I'm prompted by something... But I always remember two types of students. One is the very excellent student, the type as a professor you feel honored to be working with. Someone with strong social values, compassion and intellect -- the very rare person you never forget.
Heh. We know where this is going...
"...And then you remember students like George Bush, those who are totally the opposite."
Yeah... Pretty much. It gets much better. Want more? Check out the article here.