Ron Paul is Old, But Not Too Old

Life expectancy of the average 75 year old male: 85.6

Life expectancy of the average doctor: 82.2

Life expectancy of doctors 75 years of age: 93.3

Life expectancy of presidents, excepting Kennedy, and not taking into account that, Bill Clinton, Bush Junior, and Barack Obama will likely out last Gerald Ford, Jimmy Carter, Ronald Reagan, and Bush Senior, the latter four dying or likely to die at exactly 93 years of age:

In the last 100 years: 78.9

In the last 50 years: 84.6

In the last 25 years: 86

Life expectancy of presidents assuming all 7 of the last presidents die at the same age (two have already died, and two are likely to die at that same age): 93

Life expectancy in 1789 when George Washington was elected at the age of 57: 35

George made it another ten years.

Amount of years Ron Paul will likely continue to live based on an average figure: 12 years

Amount of years Ron Paul will likely continue to live based on a median figure: 9.6 years

We know that the Presidency job is a stressful job, but on average presidents live longer than the general population, including those that were comparatively aged upon inauguration.

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