From The Aardvark Blog:

George W. Bush visits a high school in America and after being given the guided tour is asked to say a few words to the students in the auditorium [assembly hall]. He makes a little speech and then says that he’s open to questions. One student puts his hand up.
“Hi,” says the ‘President, “what’s your name?”
“My name’s Bobby,” says the student, “and I’ve got three questions for you. Firstly, why are you President when Al Gore got more votes than you?”
“That’s a very good question, Bobby. What’s your next one?”
“What are we doing in Iraq when there’s no WMD’s there?”
“That’s a good question too, Bobby. What’s your third question?”
“Why, after spending all this money and time on the job, have we not caught bin Laden yet?”
“That’s another good question, Bobby.” At this point, the fire alarm goes off and everyone is ordered out of the building. When they’re allowed back in, Bush says that he’ll take some more questions.
“My name’s Steve,” says another student, “and I’ve got four questions for you. Why are you President when Al Gore got more votes than you? What are we doing in Iraq when there aren’t any WMD’s there? Why have we not caught bin Laden yet? And what’s happened to Bobby?”