Reported in today's Washington Post: When George W. Bush was running for President, he once asked the question, "Is our children learning?" Yesterday, he indicated that over the past seven years he has found the answer to that question: "Childrens do learn." This statement was made at a gathering he convened in New York City, for the purpose of discussing education, to which he summoned the city's Chancellor of Schools, one principal, several teachers and about twenty students from one school. Quick research revealed that during the period when Bush attended Andover, Yale and Harvard Universities, each of them required mastery of subject-verb agreement in its English classes. The article did not disclose whether the formation of irregular plural nouns was also covered. What's your favorite Bushism?