What is it about being elected to the U.S. Senate that so inflates one's ego that he or she comes to believe that they know more about more things than everyone else? A senator may learn to feed at the public trough, and perhaps even to parry and thrust in political situations. He or she may even gain the equivalent of a Ph.D. in bloviating. But experience in the U.S. Senate is in no way executive experience and does not in and of itself qualify one for the presidency. My, oh my, oh my. What have we wrought?