I’ve got two words for what is happening with the mood of the country as it relates to its historic President, Barack Obama: buyer’s remorse.
We have all experienced buyer’s remorse before; that feeling where you kind of feel yourself coming adrift from that thing that just a few moments ago was bringing you so much pleasure.
What was originally coined to refer to the purchase of a new home, the expression “buyer’s remorse” is now commonly used in reference to many different goods, services and even election decisions.
It is normal to consider important decisions carefully, and it is likewise normal to wonder afterward if you have made the right decision. This is exactly what is happening with Barack Obama. ‘Hope and Change’ was a very important decision – and direction.
Today, the country is steep in buyer’s remorse.
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