Barrak Obama Can Only Become President If He Doesn’t Go Bald

It’s going to be a very interesting US Presidential election this year. I mean, who is not talking about a potential woman for US President? — Hilary Clinton. And what about the possibility of the first black man for the highest office in the land? — Barack Obama. So far, Obama has the lead by winning the votes in Iowa. But we have a lot of states left up for grabs. Hilary Clinton, Barack Obama or maybe John Edwards? Who knows. It will be very, very interesting to watch. Perhaps we’ll see history made.

There is one thing that I know for sure, though, when it comes to how people elect US Presidential candidates. The People of the United States of America are consistently looking for one thing and one thing only — even if they don’t do this consciously — and that is… Hair! Yes, ladies and gentlemen, the People want their President to have hair.

Do you dispute me? When was the last time a bald man was elected as President? Let’s run through the list of past Presidents:

  • George W. Bush enjoys a full head of hair;
  • Bill Clinton was known for his “hip” hairstyle;
  • George Bush Sr. wasn’t bald;
  • Ronald Reagan had a pompadour;
  • Jimmy Carter had a full mane;
  • Gerald Ford was bald, that’s true; but he wasn’t elected by the People;
  • Richard Nixon had hair;
  • Lyndon Johnson didn’t go bald while in office;
  • John F. Kennedy was a lady’s man so he sure wasn’t bald;
  • Dwight Eisenhower was a bald President, that’s true; but he had to serve two terms because of WWII;
  • Harry Truman had hair; of course he did because it wouldn’t be right to be bald with a name like Harry;
  • Franklin Roosevelt had wavy hair;
  • Should I go on?

You can see the complete list of US Presidents at

Now what was my original point?… Oh yea –> You need hair if you want to be elected as President of the United States. Because if you don’t have hair, you won’t demand the respect of the People. It’s that simple, folks. If you want some respect from a lot of people, grow some hair.

If you have trouble growing hair, try Provillus. It’s natural and it works.

God bless America.

Baldness – Testosterone Side Effects That You Can See

Baldness happens when the hair on the scalp begins to fall out. Also known as hair thinning and male pattern baldness, it is something that affects hundreds of thousands of men and women every year.

There have been very interesting discoveries about baldness throughout the years. For example, it was discovered that men who had no genitals never went bald. Thus began the research into baldness and the role testosterone plays in it.

After much research and study, it was found that excessive production of testosterone plays a key role in hair loss. Because of this research and findings, it is safe to say that testosterones do indeed play a big role in whether or not you have a greater chance of going bald at some point in your life.

Being genetically predisposed to baldness certainly only increases your risk even more of becoming bald at some point. What’s worse is that there are even more things that could possibly cause you to go bald, like:

• stress
• hormonal imbalance
• pregnancy
• washing your hair too much
• cancer treatments
• ringworm
• thyroid conditions

All these possibilities, combined with the testosterone issue, leads to a fairly large lump of reasons why anyone has the potential to lose their hair and go bald.

Of course, with the testosterone issue, men are more commonly susceptible to this type of occurrence than are women. However, women face a whole lot of reasons why they go bald, too.