Obama's vanishing gray hair

Steve Gilbert assembles the evidence, and it is conclusive. Either President Obama is dying his hair, or it has miraculously gone from graying to solid black since he took office.

At one point in the campaign, as a young and inexperienced candidate, a little gray was a good thing. But now that he is energetically grabbing control of the economy, a more youthful look is important.

I well remember the media scorn for Ronald Reagan's hair dye. Needless to say, the lapdog media will remain silent, unless forced to acknowledge the obvious by bloggers and talk radio.

I have no objection to anyone of either sex dyeing their hair, for the record. But the media double standard still bothers me.
Steve Gilbert assembles the evidence, and it is conclusive. Either President Obama is dying his hair, or it has miraculously gone from graying to solid black since he took office.

At one point in the campaign, as a young and inexperienced candidate, a little gray was a good thing. But now that he is energetically grabbing control of the economy, a more youthful look is important.

I well remember the media scorn for Ronald Reagan's hair dye. Needless to say, the lapdog media will remain silent, unless forced to acknowledge the obvious by bloggers and talk radio.

I have no objection to anyone of either sex dyeing their hair, for the record. But the media double standard still bothers me.