Barack Obama'a Washingtonian cover: Hot or not?
First Lady Michelle Obama's well-toned arms have attracted many compliments and landed her on the cover of several magazines. Not to be outdone, her husband Barack scored a few "hot bod" points himself this month, when Washingtonian put his presidential pecks on its May cover and declared that "Our New Neighbor is Hot."
This being Washington and all, the cover has inspired serious debate: Appropriate or not to put a half nekked U.S. president on a magazine cover and call him hot? What about calling him beefcake, tenderoni or hunk o' hunk of burnin' love instead of hot? Any better or no? Do limitations on name calling apply to magazines only, or do they also apply to in person interactions? Say at a White House dinner, would it be okay to to introduce yourself to the president as Sasha Fierce and greet him with a respectful (albeit slightly husky and slurred), "Shawty, what your name is?"
After these issues are resolved, Washington power players will return to solving the economic crisis.
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