Should Congresswoman Cynthia McKinney consider a new hair stylist? 

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Aaron: Definitely. It kind of looks like this Frederick Douglass thing going on with the big part and then 'fro it out. I would definitely straighten it, give her a nice classic haircut, give her some highlights, something that would compliment her skin. If her features were a little softer, the hair would not be as bad. She needs to take a little bit more time. But don't do a press conference with your hair like that.

David: I like the new look. Her old one was just so tight and rigid. Now there's a definite style and cut to it. It's fresh and a little bit younger than the hairstyle she had before. Before, it was almost too expected for the position that she is in. She always looked very stoic and serious. I'm glad she updated her look. Change is good. Maybe I'm in the minority on it, but that's me.

Faith: It looks like she stuck her hand in the socket and was electrocuted. With her features and facial structures, she could do extensions but it needs to be straightened. And she doesn't need to go back to the braid style because it looked horrible. But now it looks like she stood outside during the storm. I'm not saying she can't do an Afro, but at least make it look like an Afro instead of a tree branch.



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