Yes, the election of Barack Obama last November signaled the possibility of change in this great land of ours. And nowhere was that more apparent than in the fecundity and amativity (or, 'horniness') of Republican men.
As reported by ABC News, a study showed that testosterone levels in men who voted for John McCain or Robert Barr dropped about 40 minutes after Obama's election was announced, while the levels of those men who voted for the Democratic candidate stayed about the same.
This is possibly significant, says the study, since testosterone levels tend to fluctuate throughout the day.
What is significant is the possibility that true, red-blooded, virile American men know what's good for them - and they stand tall and proud to see Obama in the White House, rather than a short and somewhat flaccid older man.