After a shirtless Santorum was photographed by a pool in Puerto Rico, reporters have been digging up bare-chested pics of other pols. You've probably seen the ones of Obama in Hawaii. Here's Santorum:
And here's Romney:
http://www.theatlantic.com/politics/arc … on/254371/
Now I'm afraid they might find one of Newt. Or Paul. Or Christie. Or Pelosi! lol
I want a refund for my "Who's Who in Washington" swimsuit calendar.
I still shudder thinking of seeing Reagan topless with those man boobs...
What's Sarah Palin up to these days...
I was going to post the pic, but decided maybe not...
http://politicalhumor.about.com/od/sara … olitic.htm
Bring On the full Monty, hell at this point it may be the tipping factor. Perhaps instead of a podium smack down the candidates should do wet T-shirt contest. just saying.
Now that I think about it, Miss America contestants seem to give more sincere, substantial, and to-the-point answers to questions than most politicians during debates. We may be on to something here.
If that's the criterion, I think Romney would win - based on the pic in my link! That's a hunka-hunka burning love...AND money. Not bad for a 60+ year old.
In all seriousness, I've read a couple of articles that stated how important physical appearance is in high level politics these days. Obama and Romney are obviously the most attractive and fit. Is it just a coincidence that the preidential race will most likely be between these two? Is that why nutty Palin has so many ardent devotees?
W!hen it comes to deciding the fate of our country, I don't care what physical characteristics anyone possesses or if they have two heads. I just want honest representation without being sold out to corporations. What happened to true patriotism? None of the canidates fit this qualification. So sad. Until we get rid of lobbyist greed and coruption rule. WAKE UP AMERICA!!!
Two heads might be an advantage...especially if each head had a brain.
When I saw the title, I thought it must be Michele Bachman!
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