Granted, I'd like to look like this younger, sexier Ted Haggard, but...
He's got a bod for sin and a head for...well, maybe it's better to focus on the bod.
Looking at and reading through Rep. Aaron Schock's (R-Illinois) Men's Health cover story, I think now more than ever before that as a politician, he makes a great fitness model. I will say he is at least one of the few Republicans to accept the fact that First Lady Michelle Obama's encouragement for kids to eat better and be active has nothing to do with a "nanny state."
In his interview, he says:
"My advice to people in my age group is to think strategically," he says. " 'Someday I would like to...retire, have children, change careers, start a business...' All of these take planning. Think about what you'd like to do, and then think about what it's going to take to get you there."
I think for him, those things could happen in order—retirement, fatherhood, a new career and a fresh business. Marriage doesn't seem to be in the hypothetical cards for him, or perhaps he's assuming it won't be legal for him—not as long as he has a vote!
What's up with Illinois politicans and this mag?
P.S. If he was worried about that belt of his looking too gay, what about those Chelsea pecs?