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The Effects Of Aging On Presidents In Office

10 Aug 2010, written by Revelation 0 Comments

In my personal opinion I don’t think the president does much as people think, I am a firm believer that the president really is just a public servant for a group of individuals in the White House that make all the decisions, it’s hard to think one man makes the call on such huge issues. With that being said though the president does have to address the country with these decisions and they get all the scrutiny that comes with it. Below are a bunch of presidents before and after the serve in office and the effects of stress and aging are very apparent. Now to be fair almost all of these presidents served under very hard times being war and terrorist attacks, or just the facts that they were under fire for their own misjudgments, I’m looking at you Clinton you little pornstar you. Below are 9 examples of presidents rapidly dying before your eyes.

Barack Obama
Photos taken on Inauguration Day, left, and on Aug. 3, 2010, show that after a year and a half in office, the President has the same touch of gray in his hair but shows far more stress on his face.

George W. Bush
Bush 43 ended his Administration with much grayer hair than he began with. With all the war and terror attacks that went on though I’m sure stressing like a son of a bitch was inevitable.

Bill Clinton
Eight years added more than a touch of gray to the 42nd President’s locks. With the whole cigar thing that went down probably didn’t help his aging either.

George H.W. Bush
Bush 41′s youthful looks faded by 1992, right, when he lost his bid for re-election to Bill Clinton.

Ronald Reagan
One suspects that the former actor had some help from color treatments. Eight years in office and he only showed the slightest hint of gray.

Jimmy Carter
The 39th President started out with a salt-and-pepper look; by the end of his term, his hair was grayer and thinner.

Gerald Ford
Two and a half years in the White House added a few gray hairs and some wrinkles to Ford’s mien.

Richard Nixon
Despite the stresses of the Vietnam War and Watergate, the 37th President seemed to have aged little during his six years in office.

Lyndon Baines Johnson
Before-and-after shots of LBJ show that four years in the White House, from 1964 to 1968, added a little gray to his hair but otherwise did not change him much.

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