THE PROFILE: Hair Part-isanship

The Hair Part Theory, developed by John and Catherine Walters, offers a unique perspective on how the hair part can influence behavior and additionally receptivity from others. They claim that the Hair Part Theory when applied to politicians can determine the outcome of an election. I’m willing to be open-minded, however in all honesty I’m already a little skeptical because I’ve come across a spelling error in the first line of the press release, “surpsingly.”
Anyways, the article released for the 2008 Presidential Election states the following related to the candidates:

The 2008 Presidential Election – front runners

By early February, 2008, the initial 19 main candidates had been winnowed down to 6 front runners, all showing characteristics that can be explained by the Hair Part Theory:

Mitt Romney: left parter, seen as standard, all business, stay the course

John McCain: right parter, always seen as a maverick, causing worry among regular Republicans for not being in the mainstream;

Mike Huckabee: right parter, quirky character, outside the mainstream

Hillary Clinton: left parter, seen as unemotional, causing worry among some Democrats for being too much in the mainstream

Barack Obama: no parter, seen as new and different, bridging divides, has a unifying presence

John Edwards: right parter, very passionate, populist, outside the mainstream


One Response to “THE PROFILE: Hair Part-isanship”

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