The last election was a bigger PR nightmare for Republicans than the supermodel-CEO slumber party that AIG claims it was "contractually obligated" to throw. Now, they are the minority in two of the three branches of the federal government. To make matters worse, public-perception polls do not seem to be getting a big bump from the self-appointed GOP patron saint, Rush Limbaugh. However, we see hope in some of the more beautiful talking heads whose sights are set on shrinking big government.

If the red-state leaders really don't want to see their members get all blue, they need to give these pretty talking heads some more face time.

Hottest Republican Talking Heads

    Monica Crowley
    This blonde radio babe has the kind of looks that most models pray for in between coke bings, so much so that she actually had her own stalker. Suck on that, Ann Coulter. Don't let her soft looks and sweet charm deceive you. She's conservative and feisty enough to stand-in for the right side of Sean Hannity's old debate show that puts the "biased" in "unbiased debate." Suck on that, Alan Colmes.

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    Elizabeth Hasselbeck
    The former "Survivor" contestant turned morning show pundit has given "The View" something it desperately needed back when it first got on the air: two scoops of hot. Unfortunately, with her killer six pack abs stomach, teased bleached blonde hair and even more bleached smile, you also get the kind of political commentary you can only hear in beauty parlors and church socials, only beauty parlors and church socials have better sources.

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    Andrea Tantaros
    This Fox News contributor and independent blogger has the kind of girl-next-door looks that inspire high school football players to write poetry and frat boy meatheads to get their act together. Those feelings stop as soon as she opens her shrill mouth and lets loose on everyone who happens to be within earshot of her. A date with her would be a dream. Just steer the conversation away from anything involving politics, Democrats, Rev. Wright or the American Flag and you'll be fine.

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    Karen Hanretty
    This neo-con blonde bombshell worked as a Republican strategist for Fred Thompson's extremely short-lived presidential campaign. That means she has the scratch to keep those looks in check whether it's an expensive trainer who makes her shower with Evian or enough face botox to turn Angelina Jolie's kissers into blimps. She was also one of the fiercest media critics during the Iraq War who produced more anti-media spin than Bill O'Reilly in an anger spittle centrifuge.

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    Amanda Carpenter
    This rail-thin Republican columnist and author has a winning beauty queen smile, a gorgeous figure and a political agenda that is as red as her head. During the 2008 presidential campaign, she went after Michelle Obama for claiming that a $600 stimulus check could only buy a good pair of earrings and devoted a good portion of her career to taking down Hillary Clinton. Guys always like a good catfight.

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    Michelle Malkin
    She's long been one of the right wing's most aggressive attack dogs, even if she has the cute and sweet face of a "wittle puppy-wuppy" that you just want to smother with hugs until it stops breathing. She's also spent a lot of face time on "The O'Reilly Factor" and Chris Matthew's "Hardball" making wild claims about why the U.S. needed internment camps during World War II and how John Kerry earned his Purple Heart in Vietnam by shooting himself because, let's be honest, their producers know those shows needs a twice daily injection of pretty. If O'Reilly face's gets any blotchier or Matthew's head gets any bigger, the cable news networks are going to start looking like the Macy's Day Thanksgiving Parade.

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    Mary Katherine Ham
    The Townhall.com blogger and frequent Fox News guest screams "cute." She's got a perky, permanent smile that you couldn't remove with a belt sander and a body that could make a hardcore blue-stater cry red. She specializes in policing the Internet for naughty words and subversive material to help O'Reilly's ongoing "Culture War," which has become about as relevant and as a big of a threat as the the Cola Wars.

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    Pamela Geller
    Speaking of Ann Coulter, this answer to the Obama Girl is what Coulter would look like if she never filtered the words, thoughts and ideas coming out of her mouth. She blogs on her website and YouTube under the moniker "Atlas Shrugs," most of which are done in a skimpy bikini as she rattles on about Barack Obama's palling around with terrorists and Islamofascists. She gets away with it because if you looked and dressed as hot as her, you could say whatever you want knowing that no man in his right mind is paying attention to a word you are saying.

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