I had no idea politics was such a haven for hotties until I started my latest job, where I work with them all the time. Mr. Politics (see also: campaign managers, grassroots organizers, legislative aides, press secretaries or any form of professional political junkies) is slightly haggard from being overworked, but a total stud nonetheless. He's got the standard Mr. Politics haircut which is slightly shaggy and swept to the side, and his casual uniform consists of a button-down oxford shirt with an open collar and rolled up sleeves (give or take a pack of cigarettes in the breast pocket) and broken-in, sexy jeans. His business uniform is a power suit, with a tie being optional. Foxy, right?Mr. Politics is kind of a douche, but his passion for politics and complete devotion to making the world (or at least your legislative district) a better place makes him incredibly appealing. He's a smooth talker, a great flirt and funny.
Ok, we can see his merits. It's kinda cute that he cares about something other than hitting the liquor store before it closes. But, we're still on the fence. He'd have to have Minor Threat on his iPod and own at least one season of Arrested Development on DVD for us to entertain the idea.But beware: he is a transient, thus making him noncommittal to anything or anyone but his candidate. That also makes him good for a fling while in town for his campaign. He is confident, knows what he wants and goes for it. So when that's you, it rocks. But because he's overworked, he has at least one bad habit, whether it's smoking, a filthy car, chronic coffee breath, commitment issues, constantly checking his Blackberry for Google Alerts on the campaign, or all of the above. But like I said, he's sexy as hell and worth the drama. Just don't get attached because come November, he's history. Sidenote: Mr. Politics makes for a great rebound.
Any dudes you wanna tip your hat to? Drop us a line at firstname.lastname@example.org and tell us why he's dreamy, steamy, and (what's a word that rhymes with steamy?) uh, not a meanie? You get the drift.