At one year after coming to the White House, President Obama are in a personal account Nobel Peace Prize and about 15 percent less in popularity and confidence among Americans. Sixty-two percent of Americans now say the country’s on the wrong track, the most in 11 months. Moreover, the anniversary of the first year in office Obama, Democrats lost – the first time in four decades – elections in Massachusetts. Republican Scott Brown won 52 percent of voters to Democrat Martha Coakley’s 47 percent in Tuesday’s special Senate election. Coakley, the State Attorney General, had a 30-point lead three weeks ago. Republicans believe a win in the bluest of blue states, where the Republican had not been elected to the U.S. Senate since 1972, amounts to a popular rebuke of the president’s agenda.
Nearly a year since President Obama took office, his flat is stacked high with a variety of domestic and international issues – the economy, health care, two wars and national security, to name just a few. It seemed to have the confidence of the whole world. Obamania included not only America but also Europe and Russia. Today very few enthusiasts who remained loyal to the U.S. President.