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On the Newsstand: Maxim Votes on Hair

Yeah, baby. Just when you thought only the intellectual heavies like Time weighed in on the election, along comes blessed Maxim, king dude of all the lad mags, and the sublime item, "Head of State." Authored by none other than Sy Sperling, "not only President, I'm also a client" of the Hair Club for Men, this could be the most grippingly accurate prediction of the campaign to date.

Using nothing but his knowledge of how hair makes the man (or Hillary,) Sy makes some startlingly prescient observations. To wit:

About John Edwards: "He's a Democrat with a Republican's hairstyle. It doesn't fit . . . he needs a change more than anybody. Kerry and Edwards were like Batman and Robin. But he isn't Robin anymore."

About Mitt Romney: "Mitt's got a great overall look, but it's too perfect. He'd probably be better off taking over the Hair Club than running for President of the United States."

The whole piece is a perfectly coiffed blend of political insight meets frat house infomercial — go steal the January issue from your bro and see for yourself.

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juliegal juliegal 8 years
hahah too funny.....not only the president...also a client....
desertbanshee desertbanshee 8 years
I don't care about their hair, as long they support the issues I am concerned about.
Princesskitty22 Princesskitty22 8 years
Mitt does look like a Hair club for men commercial.
flutterpie flutterpie 8 years
:ROTFL: i can totally see mitt as the president for the hair club for men
flutterpie flutterpie 8 years
:ROTFL: i can totally see mitt as the president for the hair club for men
remedios remedios 8 years
Haha.. awesome. I'm assuming this is just them making fun of how silly political "journalism" has gotten that we talk about hair instead of issues. It's like they read my mind.
annebreal annebreal 8 years
I'm not really up on what certain hairstyles are called, but Hillary has got the woman in power cut from what I can tell. I worked as an assistant for our university president, a woman, for two years, and she had the exact same 'do...and so did the president of Ball State, and a number of other institutions we came across, and it seems to be a popular thing for many women executives as well. I mean, I don't pay attention to that age group of women at all, so maybe it's like the Rachel and I haven't noticed, but her hair screams power to me! Heh.
letsgetloud21 letsgetloud21 8 years
I won't vote for anyone named Mitt.
CocoChic CocoChic 8 years
:rotfl: I always hate how poofy Romney's hair is on the sides! So annoying. And Hillary just seems to be cutting hers shorter and shorter.
CocoChic CocoChic 8 years
:rotfl: I always hate how poofy Romney's hair is on the sides! So annoying. And Hillary just seems to be cutting hers shorter and shorter.
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