The other day, Rush Limbaugh was describing John Kerry and it was spot-on.
“I firmly believe that John Kerry is so self-focused, self-aware, self-conscious, so impressed with himself, I think he’s the kind of guy that does sit home at night with the lights off sipping a cocktail after everybody else has gone to bed thinking how great he is and how special he is and how unique he is. I think he tells himself and convinces himself that he’s actually done one of the greatest acts of statesmanship that’s ever been done here.”
Boy, if ever there was a more vivid description of John Kerry, I haven’t seen it.
John Kerry really does believe that he is smarter than every other man and woman in the Senate.
Hell, he thinks he’s smarter than all of us.
Yesterday afternoon, I watched some of the live feed of Kerry testifying before the Senate and I gotta say, watching him sit there making notes, absorbed in his own papers while Senators were speaking on their concerns over this Iran deal made me want to slap that arrogant, smashed-up face clear into next week.
His entire body language screamed, “You people are insignificant and I have no time for you.”
When I heard Rush’s comments, I immediately thought of the Dos Equis “Most Interesting Man in the World.”
That’s who John Kerry is in his own mind.
The rest of us just stupid wastes of skin who are not worthy to be heard in our own Government.
So, thanks Rush. I appreciate the idea.