Males hormones and politics, III

I've mentioned in the past, here and here, that the amount of male hormones a guy has will determine his political outlook, with higher levels of testosterone being positively correlated with sticking up for one's own race, i.e., whites being more conservative and blacks being more leftist.

We saw the perfect example of that this past week.

Former Navy Seal Matt Bissonette, writing under the pseudonym Mark Owen, has written a book, "No Easy Day: A Firsthand Account of the Mission that Killed Osama bin Laden."

In the book, Bissonette contradicted the official White House account of the killing, saying that bin Laden was unarmed when they entered his third floor bedroom.

Most of the publicity surrounding the book has been about how Bissonette didn't get security clearance from the Pentagon before publishing the book.

But what I found most interesting about the account was how Bissonette stated that none of the SEALs were fans of President Obama. Some even grumbled on the return flight from Pakistan that they had just effectively reelected him.

If you Google-Image "Navy SEALs," you'll see that they are almost all white. Almost no blacks, Hispanics, or Asians.

If you're familiar with what they must go through to become SEALs, you'll also realize they are an extremely high testosterone group:




More evidence for the male hormones theory of how men arrive by their political stances.