Caution: The front page of the Washington Post will make you hurl your Cheerios this morning:
Attractive politicians have an edge over not-so-attractive ones. The phenomenon is resonating especially this year. By a combination of luck and design, Democrats seem to be fielding an uncommonly high number of uncommonly good-looking candidates.
The beauty gap between the parties, some on Capitol Hill muse, could even be a factor in who controls Congress after Election Day.
I know, it’s no more hackneyed than the analysis Broder regularly churns out, but Page 1? Maybe I’m just grumpy today.