A dating site that seeks to link "sugar daddies" together with "sugar babies" has endorsed Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney.
The CEO of Seekingarrangements.com, Brandon Wade, whose site sets up rich men which “sponsor” seeking women, said he was impressed with Romney last weekend when he took money out of his own pocket to give to an unemployed campaign volunteer, FOX News reported.
Wade feels Romney demonstrated a fine example of being a sugar daddy.
"While the media likes sensational stories about sugar daddy politicians behaving badly, I hope our endorsement of Mitt Romney for the GOP presidential nomination will shed positive light on what being a good sugar daddy should be about," Wade said in a press statement.
Ruth Williams, 55, said she heard a calling from God to follow Romney's campaign bus, FOX News reported. She eventually became a volunteer at Romney’s South Carolina headquarters in Columbia.
Romney’s South Carolina campaign treasurer Curtis Loftis paid Williams’ $150 electricity bill, and later, when she met Romney at a campaign rally, the two spoke and the multi-millionaire candidate handed her some cash.
Williams told reporters it was between $50-$60, enough to cover food expenses for her family over the weekend.
"When it comes to politics, small actions speak louder than big words. Mitt Romney has shown all other politicians that being a good sugar daddy is about helping others," Wade added in his statement.
Wade’s site adds that politics are the perfect profession for a sugar daddy.
"Since sugar daddies are often powerful and wealthy men, it is no wonder many men in politics end up being sugar daddies," the site reads. “It most definitely does not discriminate whether a candidate is Democrat or Republican. All political parties, be it liberals, moderates or conservatives are equally represented in the sugar community, and each have seen their fair share of notorious sugar daddies in the past few years."