"... Heâs had so much overexposure. You have to be selective. He was doing five Sunday shows. How many press conferences? And now people stop listening to himâ¦ Heâs lost his audience. He has not rallied public opinion. He has plunged in the polls more than any other public figure since weâve been using polls. Heâs done everything wrong. Well, not everything, but the major thingsâ¦ I donât consider it a triumph. I consider it a disaster.â And thatâs what his friends are saying about him. Whatever hopes and dreams he had for his time in the White House, whatever grandiose plans he had for transforming the United States from a constitutional republic with a free market economy into a socialist dictatorship with a centrally planned economy, were all lost on Tuesday, January 19, 2010â¦ one day short of a full year in office. Yet, he appears to have learned nothing from the experience. He will be the countryâs unhappiest man, living the rest of his life knowing that his daughters know that the whole world sees him as a failure. He is simply the wrong man, in the wrong job, in the wrong country, at the wrong time in history...."