The Historian Of Decline

Tuesday, August 16, 2005

Politician's hair

It's the hair baby. No one said it was easy being a leader, and hair follicles are often the first to betray the strain of the politician's amoral lifestyle. The constant lying, the gritty struggle to survive, the sex-- it all takes a toll.

Our politicos can pass laws about hair, but all the power in the world can't keep their hair follicles from arriving at a bitter pigment-devoid end. Here are just a few examples of what politicians look like early in their careers, and then later after a few minutes of overexposure to the media's shiny lights. First up, Canadian Conservative leader Stephen Harper.



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