Arlen Specter's New Book Full of DC Nudity Likens naked Ted Kennedy to 'walrus' By Matt Cantor, Newser User Posted Apr 1, 2012 2:22 PM CDT 8 comments Comments Former Pennsylvania Sen. Arlen Specter. (AP Photo/Gene J. Puskar, File) (Newser) – Admit it—you've always wondered what Ted Kennedy looked like naked. Wonder no longer: In his new book, Life Among Cannibals, former senator Arlen Specter includes more than you ever needed to know about nudity on Capitol Hill. Among the highlights, from the Washington Post: "For years when (people) groused about Senate perks, I’d reply, 'You wouldn’t say that if you had to see Ted Kennedy naked in the gym.'" On Kennedy getting in the whirlpool: "It was as though a giant walrus had plunged into the sea, causing the level to swell." Republican senator John Thune, "who looked like a movie star in or out of clothes, was constantly stretching. His lanky body seemed to have some kinks to iron out." Sarah Palin simply "radiated sensuality"; Dick Cheney, not so much. "I worried when he ordered fried chicken, after just suffering his fourth heart attack. But he devoured the bird, even dropping a piece that left a stain on the white carpet." And when he's dressed casually, Ben Bernanke is indistinguishable from "a hobo." Check out more from that wacky Specter.