Does Barack Obama Have Early Onset Alzheimers?

Recently while visiting the U.K. Obama became noticeably confused about not only the current date, but the year as well:

This might be a symptom of a much more serious underlying issue.  We should watch him closely for any of the following:

Warning Signs

The early indicators of early-onset Alzheimer’s disease are similar to those of late-onset Alzheimer’s. These symptoms include regularly losing items, difficulty executing common tasks, forgetfulness, personality changes, confusion, poor judgment, challenges with basic communication and language, social withdrawal and problems following simple directions.

Some experts believe that the disease progresses more rapidly among those with an early diagnosis. However, others argue that the disease just appears to advance faster in those with the early-onset form of Alzheimer’s disease because the younger people may be healthier. So, the symptoms may take longer to become noticeable.

via Early-Onset Alzheimer’s Disease – Signs, Symptoms, and Diagnosis of Early-Onset Alzheimer’s.

Looking at this list of symptoms I believe that I have already noticed examples for each of the ones I have highlighted above.

Please help us to help the President by leaving a comment with examples in which the President could be showing any of these symptoms.

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* Note that this is an example of off-color, politically incorrect satire and is not intended to diminish the pain and suffering of those truly inflicted with this disease, or their loved ones.

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One Comment on “Does Barack Obama Have Early Onset Alzheimers?”

  1. I really like reading through an article that can make people think.
    Also, many thanks for allowing me to comment!


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