It's frustrating to get behind a president and vote for him for the promises he makes. Once he gets to office and finds the political culture too bogged down to make any promises we second guess our decision.
Unlike the U.S. president, you have a much easier time standing behind your promises.
I just met an architectural printer who has never been late delivering drawings to his clients . . . until last week.
So when they were complete he didn't mail them like he normally does; he put someone on an airplane to hand deliver.
While he may have lost money on that transaction, he made up for his lateness and likely gained a client for life.