Damn. Looks like a young Christopher Reeve - classically chiseled and handsome.
Definitely outclasses and leapfrogs the purported Republican "hotties", Paul Ryan and Aaron Schock.
And his Wikipedia mentions he switched an earlier position on gay marriage and now openly supports it, in line with the Democratic stance.
from "Will and Grace" (discussing a gay council candidate that Will wanted Grace to support)
GRACE: But I don't know anything about him? What are his positions?
WILL: I think he's a top.
So how about Marty?
R8, his teeth look just fine. They aren't movie star chiclet teeth that are perfectly straight and blindingly white and look totally fake like you seem to think everyone should have. He has nice normal person teeth.
I've met him a number of times and I can attest that he doesn't have his eyebrows professionally shaped or his nails manicured. I'm sure he'll do his best to survive without your approval.
This one is MINE, bitches!
he has a moist, warm, slightly musky and hairy inviting anus
Wow. What a sexy Democrat president he'll make one day.
Congresswoman Heather Wilson, whom Heinrich defeated for the Senate, is believed to be in a beard-merkin relationship with her husband. The major differences between Wilson and Bachmann are that Wilson is more low-key about her beliefs and she pings off the charts.
Yes! I've always thought this guy was hot; glad to see the feeling is shared.
Hottest guy in Congress by a mile.
R20 Why is the ghost of Charles Bronson in a band with Heather Wilson?
Funny, R25. I never noticed that before, but he does look like Bronson in that photo. He's actually better looking than Charles Bronson. He's a popular local ranchero musician whose name is Al Hurricane.
Martin Heinrich is hot! Hot! Hot!
Even though he's a Republican, this guy is pretty hot (and is often mentioned as a potential presidential or vice-presidential candidate.)
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