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Middle School Yearbook List Compares Hitler and Bin Laden to...George W. Bush


Some of the world's most horrific murderers and maniacs...

Who says young people aren't political?

A quasi-scandal has broken out at Arkansas' Russellville Middle School. The school's yearbook featured a list of the "Top 5 Worst People of All Time." Some of the world's most horrific murderers and maniacs were included: Adolph Hitler, Osama Bin Laden, Charles Manson...

Few people would argue that these individuals don't deserve a spot on that roster. Each went on murderous rampages and were, arguably, mentally-imbalanced. However, it's the list's last two names that are causing a stir: George W. Bush and Dick Cheney. The former president and vice-president don't seem to share many characteristics with the other men they were clumped with.

Once the yearbooks were printed, the district attempted to remedy the alleged oversight. KLRT-TVhas more:

Superintendent Randall Williams calls the list "an oversight." Parents caught it after the yearbooks were printed. The district's solution was to cover the list with tape. It didn't work.

"Really?" said Williams when told the tape could be pulled off. "Well that's disappointing because the yearbook supplier told us this was a definite fix."

There's no word yet on potential disciplinary measures for the teacher responsible for managing the yearbook's production process, though the principal maintains that it was an accident. Mediaite asks another important question: Where did the list come from?

Williams explains that the teacher in charge of the yearbook didn’t put it in and is “very, very, very upset” about missing it before printing. Apparently some of the students pulled the thing off of the website Ranker.com, a site where people just make lists of stuff. A cursory search didn’t find the exact list in question although there are a ton of “worst people” rankings that do feature members of the Bush administration like this onethis one, and this one.

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