by Locker Room contributor
Bret Stephens has a fabulous column in today’s Wall Street Journal. We all know about the Stockholm Syndrome. Stephens defines the Copenhagen Syndrome as “The peculiar psychology of Barack Obama’s first year in office.”
Stephens goes through the main domestic and foreign policy flubs of the awful year and concludes:
So what’s Copenhagen Syndrome? It is a belief in your own miracles. It is thinking that those who crowned you king knew actually knew what they were doing. It is buying into your own tulip bulb mania. It is the floating evanescent bubble of self. God help you when it bursts.”
Sadly, there’s no “lemon law” regarding elected presidents.