They misunderestimated me.
– George W. Bush 
George “Dubya” Bush is meeting with his cabinet to discuss world events. Donald Rumsfeld reports, “Mr. President, there was a terrible battle in Iraq last night. Three Brazilian soldiers died.”
Dubya exclaims, “That’s awful!” and puts his head in his hands.
After a moment of silence, Dubya looks up at Rumsfeld and asks, “How many is a brazillian again?” 
George “Dubya” Bush visits Algeria. As part of his program, he delivers a speach to the Algerian people: “Ya know, I regret to inform y’all that I’m gonna give this speach in English. I’da liked to talk to y’all in yer native tongue, but I was never any good at algebra.” 
“Anybody who is in a position to serve this country ought to understand the consequences of words.”
–George W. Bush 
 Bentonville, Arkansas, 6 November 2000.
 Told to me by Quinn Thomas.
 told to me by Greg Boe.
 Interview with Rush Limbaugh, 1 November 2006.