Obama: Just for Men?

What is up with the president's hair?

Exhibit A: August AFP photo.

Being president is hard! On top of everything else, they age more rapidly than the rest of us and show the burdens of office all over their face and persons. President Barack Obama: Are you dyeing your hair? Consider the evidence, America:

Wow — that is a lot of gray.

Exhibit B: Sept. 2 AP photo.

Obama on Wednesday was at the United Nations in New York City. Since his vacation, he's had a haircut. Has he had something else, as well?

Hmmm. Obama's hair, today.                                                 (ap photo)

(Raised eyebrow) Mmmm-hmmmm.               (ap photo)

 

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