The fact is, he's good at dismantling. He's good at critiquing. He's good at not being the last guy, the one you didn't like. But he's not good at building, creating, calling into being. He was good at summoning hope, but he's not good at directing it and turning it into something concrete that answers a broad public desire. They've Lost That Lovin' Feeling - WSJ.com Funny, I seem to remember one political party chanting, "I hope he fails". Then I remember nearly three years of them doing every thing they can to make sure the country fails just to get Obama out of the "WHITE" House. When Obama adopted a Republican position on anything, they changed their position to what ever opposite is. Regardless of that position. They even tried to take credit for getting Bin Laden. And why? Because they couldn't take the position of, "You should have let him go like we did". Besides, these kinds of attacks are the beginning of what will be a brutal presidential race.