By age two, when most kids are just forming words, John was talking in sentences.
By age three, he was memorizing and reciting nursery rhymes.
Growing up, John talked non-stop. He had a way with words too. In grade school, when other kids were playing baseball, John was competing in public speaking contests. He won all of them.
Of course, he spoke at his high school graduation.
In college, John majored in oral communication. Upon graduation, he ran for city council.
Right now, John is on the floor of the Senate, leading a filibuster.