Howard Rich's Blog

March 4, 2009

When Change is Really More of the Same

When Change is Really More of the Same

America didn’t vote to elect Barack Obama in 2008 so much as individual Americans voted for “change.”

Sure, Obama happened to be the personification of that incredibly non-specific “buzzword,” but most of the 70 million Americans who cast their ballots for him did so with the expectation that it would bring about a cathartic cleansing of Washington, D.C.’s corrupt culture – not a perpetuation of the same-old, same-old.

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