What Will Our President Look Like After 4 Years?

It is well documented that President of the United States may very well be the most stressful job in the world. You need only look at the pictures before and after a presidency. A young, vibrant, energetic candidate becomes tired, ragged, and haggard after just 4 years.

So what will our next president look like after 4 years? The folks at PopPhoto have attempted to give us an idea. They altered a photo of each remaining candidate to show us how they may look in 4 years. The results are dramatic.

11 Responses to “What Will Our President Look Like After 4 Years?”

  1. huntingdonpost Says:

    It is striking how much presidents age. Even GWB, and he didn’t even do much work. Cheney, however, looks pretty much the same, but his face was frozen into that snarl a long time ago. Interesting pictures, and a lot better done than the “Elvis Now” ones I have seen.

    You have to wonder why anyone would want the job.

  2. Rick Says:

    Scary picture of Hillary.

  3. John Says:

    I think the picture of President McCain is slightly off. He will look more like this…

    … in 2012

  4. Bryan Says:

    John: I think you’re right on the money. I agree that his aging was the most ‘conservative’ (no pun intended)

  5. Nectarfizz Says:

    Did Hilary’s change? At all?

  6. goodlifegal Says:

    I don’t get it…why would you want to still be president after that little peek into the future??? LOL!

  7. Bryan Says:

    I have no idea. I know I wouldn’t want to. It also doesn’t pay enough. $400,000 is a lot to almost all of us, but pales in comparison to what they are responsible for.

  8. Matt Says:

    I’m thinking maybe they got it the wrong way round, it’s not meant to be viewed left to right, but more vertically. That way, McClain ends up baring an uncanny resemblance to Hilary Clinton.

  9. nectarfizz Says:

    HHAHAHA that was such a Matt-like thing to say!

    Bry…You are soo right..could not pay me to do that job.

  10. ryan Says:

    obaraml looks very old

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