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  • Yoshihiro Tsurumi is an expert of International Business Strategy, International Trade and Investment, International Transfer of Technology, and U.S.-Japan Comparisons of Economic, Industrial, and Corporate Structures.
    He is a scholar in the fields of industrial policy, international transfer of technology and global business. He is a leading consultant to the International Monetary Fund and many government and multinational firms.
    He is currently a Zicklin School of Business professor of marketing at CUNY (City University of New York).
    Tsurumi was also one of President Shrub’s professors at Harvard Business School from 1973 to 1974.

    He remembers Shrub as an "intellectually shallow, pathological liar without any moral compass." He states, "either he was clowning in class or if he’s called on (I often do that) he makes all kinds of flippant statements. Very shallow. Most of all those flippant statements are nonsensical. But often he revealed his strong biases against the medical, Medicare, social security anything the United States has built up since the Great Depression."
    He goes on to say Shrub was, "terrible. Intellectually very shallow. But more importantly immature, but lacking the sense of responsibility, compassion, always indulging in denials when he is called on in his lies. And lies came very easily to him. For example, one statement that he made still stuck with me. We were discussing how the United States Government should help the lower income group or people on the fixed pension to adjust themselves to the high energy costs during the oil crisis, to bring in the fairness into the US economic policies. And he raised the issues and he said, “People are poor because they are lazy.” Those are the lies."
    Funny thing how Shrub is PROUDLY, EXTREMELY LAZY and yet--he somehow got his greedy little hands on a lot of money! Gee, how did that happen?


    Above: Yoshihiro Tsurumi, economics professor at CUNY-Zicklin School of Business.
    He comments on Shrub's acceptance speech last night and goes on to say Shrub shouldn't be 'president' of ANY type of organization, much less the United States.
    Finally, you know how Shrub is really good at getting others to do his dirty work for him? Tsurumi explains how our Commander in Chief used to do the same exact thing at Harvard. And Tsurumi does some dirty work himself by grading the President’s acceptance speech.

    President Bush' former Harvard Business School prof says his ex-student supported the Vietnam War but wanted somebody else to fight it. Yoshi Tsurumi said yesterday that Bush told him his father's connections got him into the Texas Air National Guard. "But what really disturbed me is that he said he was for the Vietnam War," said Tsurumi, who has also taught at Baruch College and the City University of New York. "I said, 'George, that's hypocrisy. You won't fight a war that you support but you expect other people to fight it for you.' He just smirked

  • Not that Kristof admits it, of course. In his September 15 column, the Pulitzer Prize winner tells the dramatic story of Yoshi Tsurumi, who taught President Bush at Harvard Business school. What you won't find in the column is any mention of the fact that Kitty Kelley broke the Tsurumi story in her new book, .

    Yoshi Tsurumi is a professor of international business at Baruch College. He earned his Doctor of Business Administration from Harvard in 1968, and he taught at Harvard Business School from 1972 to 1976.

    W for war but eager to avoid it, prof recalls
      Posted by ambrose
    On News/Activism 09/10/2004 3:53:52 AM CDT · 42 replies · 789+ views


    NY Daily News ^ | 9-10-04
    W for war but eager to avoid it, prof recalls BY CORKY SIEMASZKO DAILY NEWS STAFF WRITER Yoshi Tsurumi President Bush' former Harvard Business School prof says his ex-student supported the Vietnam War but wanted somebody else to fight it. Yoshi Tsurumi said yesterday that Bush told him his father's connections got him into the Texas Air National Guard. "But what really disturbed me is that he said he was for the Vietnam War," said Tsurumi, who has also taught at Baruch College and the City University of New York. "I said, 'George, that's hypocrisy. You won't fight a war...

    W for war but eager to avoid it, prof recalls (Meeeeoooooowwwwwwwww?)
      Posted by Tesslyn
    On News/Activism 09/10/2004 7:38:29 PM CDT · 148 replies · 1,697+ views


    New York Daily News ^
    President Bush' former Harvard Business School prof says his ex-student supported the Vietnam War but wanted somebody else to fight it. Yoshi Tsurumi said yesterday that Bush told him his father's connections got him into the Texas Air National Guard. "But what really disturbed me is that he said he was for the Vietnam War," said Tsurumi, who has also taught at Baruch College and the City University of New York. "I said, 'George, that's hypocrisy. You won't fight a war that you support but you expect other people to fight it for you.' He just smirked." Tsurumi, who crossed...
     


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    Not that Kristof admits it, of course. In his September 15 column, the Pulitzer Prize winner tells the dramatic story of Yoshi Tsurumi, who taught President Bush at Harvard Business school. What you won't find in the column is any mention of the fact that Kitty Kelley broke the Tsurumi story in her new book, .

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Calling the presidential election contest much like "ruthless hand-to-hand combat," Baruch Professor Yoshi Tsurumi says that Sen. John McCain's attacks on Sen. Barack Obama are "tapping America's deep-seated culture of religious bigotry, racism and sexual obsession." Writing in the Japan Times, Tsurimi makes his case in favor of the Democratic team of Obama and Sen. Joe Biden by pointing out that: McCain has consistently voted pro-Bush on "disastrous foreign and domestic policies;" McCain is "wrongly obsessed with his Vietnam POW experience," and that McCain has promised to "pack the Suprme Court with clones of ultraconservative justices like Clarence Thomas and Samuel Alito." Tsurimi predicts that the Democrats will re-capture the White House this November.