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Bloomberg Business Ages Obama ‘Four Years Later’

FILE - In this Sept. 5, 2012 file photo, President Barack Obama waves after Former President Bill Clinton spoke at the Democratic National Convention in Charlotte, N.C. Barack Obama could not have asked for a more potent testimonial than Bill Clinton’s point-by-point defense of his policies -- destined to play out in campaign ad snippets from now until Election Day. Yet in the end, people vote for candidates, not their surrogates. (AP Photo/David Goldman, File)

By// Mariah Craddick

Being President is obviously stressful, and it has been proven that the title speeds up the aging process. For example, we’ve seen President Obama’s gray hair rapidly multiply over the last four years but what’s he going to look like now that there’s another term to look forward to?

Bloomberg Businessweek decided to help our vision. The magazine predicted what Obama might look like after this next term on their latest cover–and some are saying they went too far.

photo illustration by Justin Metz

In the photo, Obama appears extremely aged, with wrinkly skin and a head full of gray hair. The magazine also photoshopped a Romney version, and the results are just as striking.

photo illustration by Justin Metz

What do you think?