When White House chief of staff Andy Card told President Bush about the September 11th attacks in a Florida elementary school classroom, many people thought he just looked confused and perhaps a little stupid. Wrong! Bush told the National Geographic Channel in an interview that's going to be endlessly dissected by Truthers during "Remembering 9/11" week that he "didn't want to rattle the kids" by standing up and doing his job, and that he'd "been in enough crises to know that the first thing a leader has to do is to project calm." So that's what he did. He collected his thoughts, spaced out for a bit, and projected confusion calm.

Also, a little advice: Stay clear of 9/11-related YouTube comments. Seriously.