March 11, 2007 — NASHUA, N.H. – Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton invoked the campaign of the nation’s lone Catholic president, John Kennedy, last night as she talked about her challenge in becoming the first female commander-in-chief.
“He was smart, he was dynamic, he was inspiring and he was Catholic. A lot of people back then  said, ‘America will never elect a Catholic as president,’ ” the White House hopeful told the New Hampshire Democrats’ 100 Club fund-raiser here.
“But those who gathered here almost a half century ago knew better,” she said. “They believed America was bigger than that and Americans would give Sen. John F. Kennedy a fair shake, and the rest, as they say, is history.”
Superiority complex? Perhaps, but without the flashy clothes.
Update: Lorie has more at Wizbang Politics.