Mark my words….
It’s only a matter of time…
If he’s straight, Judy Garland never touched a pill….
How does this play in Peoria?
Rep. Aaron Schock (R-Ill.) is taking an unconventional approach to promote a new healthy lifestyles campaign, flaunting his chiseled chest on the cover of the new Men’s Health magazine, which declares him “America’s fittest congressman.”
Schock, who represents central and western Illinois in the House, already had the distinction of being the first U.S. congressman born in the 1980s. The Huffington Post declared him “hottest freshman.” Now, Men’s Health says that he’s the first politician to ever appear shirtless in the magazine.
An article in the June issue describes Schock as “pretty fly for a Republican from Peoria.” Appearing at a photo shoot in a “form-fitting Zegna suit and tapered shirt that show off both his musculature and his fashion savvy,” it adds that he “looks more like a hit man from a European spy thriller than a boring politician.”
Schock, who turns 30 later this month, had previously drawn attention from gossip sites like TMZ, which posted a photo of him wearing only a bathing suit. He said he wanted to use the notoriety for a positive cause.