WASHINGTON - Sen. John McCain says his opponent in last year's presidential campaign, Barack Obama, has "done well" in his first five months in the White House. The Arizona Republican says that using a legislative scorecard to judge the presidency so far, Obama has achieved all his legislative goals. On the down side, McCain says that Obama's successes in Congress have come with little or no Republican support. McCain also is critical of Obama for setting a date for closing the detainee facility at Guantanamo Bay without first developing a comprehensive plan for what to do with its prisoners. And the Arizona senator says Obama should speak out more in support of protesters in Iran. McCain appeared Sunday on CBS' "Face the Nation."