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In addressing cheering grads at Yale's commencement, George W. Bush should have said that C students can become President of the United States only if they are sons of a former President and if their brother is Florida's Governor [NOTEBOOK, June 4]. If they are not so lucky, they must bear down much harder on their studies. ALFREDO ORTEGA-RUBIO La Paz, Mexico
Perhaps if our lazy, arrogant, spoiled-rich-kid President had developed the self-discipline to become an A student rather than a C student at Yale, he might still have control of the Senate. This is the man who was going to restore respect to the office of the presidency? SETH GLASSMAN Pound Ridge, N.Y.