No sex for you. That's what many Kenyan women are telling their men after years governmental tension and threats to revive violence.
The always reliable National Enquirer alleges that before her Senate run, Hillary Clinton was ready to divorce Bill Clinton. The specious tale goes that she had a laundry list of Clintonian dalliances including actresses Julie Bowen and Saffron Burrows. Too weird to be true is our guess. Entertaining nonetheless.
Choosing can presidential candidate is just like dating for people who are passionate about politics. Padma Atluri has been dating presidents since she was 21. She writes, "I've never really dated Obama, or Clinton (although he is my "first"), or any politician, for that matter. But the intensity I've felt towards them rivals any other bond I've shared. Because, let's face it: political courtship, especially in an election year, parallels romantic courtship. I've found myself going through the same patterns with presidential candidates as I do with the boys I like. Below, the nine benchmarks of dating men and presidential candidates. "
Barack Obama is a lot of things. He's a senator, a president-elect, a Harvard grad, a lawyer, and a man willing to admit his mistakes. This story did not make it into the mainstream media, but Barack Obama once screwed up the game of one Nicklaus Lovelace. During a press junket, he called out Lovelace on his babyface and ruined his game. But, because Obama is a big (if skinny) man, he manned up and apologized. Solid work, future Prez.
Before they make love tonight (and we're assuming they will), Barack Obama will have some choice words for his wife, and we can only imagine what they are. Actually, we have imagined them. Here are the five things Barack might say to Michelle as they get ready to do the nasty.
Regardless of your political stance, Sarah and Todd are paving the way for a new breed of couple. In a country rampant with divorce, it's usually the successful female/supportive male combo that's first to hit the rocks. But Sarah and Todd, high school sweethearts who quickly filled their home with a brood, seem to defy the odds. How do they do it? Todd Palin's equal parts masculinity and sensitivity might have something to do with it.
As we approach the 2008 presidential election, we're naturally inquisitive about our future leader: his standpoint on the economy, his views on foreign policy and his choice of running mate. Many are also curious to know what his relationship with his wife (or potential other woman) is like. The secret love lives of our presidents are not only indicators of their character, but they can shape our values about sex and relationships as a nation.