SCOTUS pick gels with Obama narcissism
By now, anyone with a working knowledge of narcissism recognizes the pathological condition of the president. Even liberals concede that the man who sends thrills up Chris Mathews’ leg is self-absorbed.
It therefore makes sense that Elena Kagan, his Solicitor General, is the SCOTUS nominee. In 2005, at a Harvard luncheon, Ms. Kagan waxed eloquent on Obama. She’d had the “privilege” of attending the DNC National Convention the year before and had experienced rapture:
“He opened his mouth, said a few words, and the place was mesmerized. You could hear a pin drop. In part, that is because of all the rock star qualities he has: the eloquence, the magnetism, the great looks, the brilliance. When he opens his mouth, you know what you’re getting.”
Kagan went on to call Obama a “hero,” concluding that he is “truly one of the great public servants of our time,” and gives many “hope” in the future of our country.
Wow. To label a man who voted “present” in the Illinois assembly and was a do-nothing Senator “great” is remarkable. If Obama is “great,” may I ask, What is bad? True, when he opens his mouth, we know what we’re getting, but based on the above, we know what we’re getting when Kagan opens hers. A kool aid progressive who defines “hero” oddly, who believes rock stars “eloquent,” and who’s dipped her toe in the pool of Narcissus to admire Obama admiring himself.