On a non-political note, what's the deal with Ron Paul's eyebrow? An odd question, I know. But after Tuesday's debate, it's a pertinent one.
Now I know what you're thinking -- "Why is he talking about a Republican's eyebrow when there are more important issues facing the nation?"
Currently, I don't really have a viable answer for that. However, a brief look at a picture (right) captured during the debate will likely stem some of the criticism I'll likely receive for utilizing valuable blog space with a question that has little to do with the nation's political future.
Here's how the New York Times described the mystery surrounding Paul's eyebrow:
For those of you not yet riveted by the Republican race, Mr. Paul, the dark-horse libertarian with equally dusky brows, was a victim of hot lights, faulty adhesive or merely a devilish optical illusion when his right eyebrow seemed to dip toward the stage at Dartmouth College.
And Daily Intel quips:
"...there are no rules when it comes to old men and their eyebrows. They can do mind-boggling, seemingly impossible things. The normal rules of physics and aesthetics don't apply."
There's debate here at the Blaze surrounding what, exactly, is going on in the picture. What do you think? Let me know in the comments section.