I thought the rest of the world was supposed to start loving the US again once we elected Obama. Turns out that's not the case. Anti-American protestors were still at the G-20 summit. French President Sarkozy has told Obama to butt out of Turkey's bid to enter the EU.
Bush was called a crazy fascist with ridiculous expansion of executive power. Now, our new President feels it's ok to call on the President of a major corporation to step down. The Senate is considering a new Cybersecurity bill that would grant the President unprecedented power to shut down private networks deemed "crucial to the nation's infrastructure" for "national security" reasons. Gitmo still exists. Troops are still overseas.
I said it before the election, but I'll say it again now. Not much is going to Change. Obama's losing the expectations game. He came into office with the majority of the country expecting change the likes we haven't seen in generations; instead, they get a tumbling economy, a President who's as prone to gaffes when speaking off-script as Bush was (see Special Olympics comment), and the advancement of the Bush doctrine (spend like crazy, fight inefficiently, have the world despise us, and look stupid doing it).
Update: Look he did it again: