Fifty high school seniors, who earned the recognition of "Presidential Scholar" for their hard work, signed and presented a letter asking George to stop "violations of the human rights of detainees."
The letter began,
"We have been told that we represent the best and brightest of our nation. Therefore, we believe we have a responsibility to voice our convictions. We do not want America to represent torture."
All Bush had to say in return was, we don't torture.