1. When Obama took over as president and the precipitous slide in the stock market that had been going on for a long time under his predecessor continued for several weeks, the rightwing Republicans started calling it "The Obama Market"—and rightwing commenters on this blog kept using the stock market as an up or down vote on Obama—but once that market turned around and started rising, they stopped talking about the "Obama market" or using the market as a vote of confidence on Obama (go back and check the comments on this blog and you'll see all mention of the stock market and Obama from the righwingers ceases once it turns around) and no word at all about how now the market is above where it was when Obama came into office, i.e. under his predecessor, meaning Obama, at least according to the rightwingers who make these kinds of claims for the stock market (I don't) has already proven he's a better president than his predecessor (as if we didn't all know that anyway).
2. No sign of the rightwing Republicans either on Obama's plan to cut more government programs than his predecessor, under whom the government grew dramatically (after the federal government actually was reduced under Clinton/Gore, before which it grew under Reagan/Bush, hmmmm, is there a pattern here? like say Republicans talking about reducing government and then getting in and expanding it and Republicans labeling Democrats as "big government" when Democratic administrations are the only ones who have reduced it in the past several decades!).
3. And all the criticisms of Obama's inexperience and Democrats being too weak on national security haven't morphed into any hallelujahs for Obama's clear focus on rooting out Al Queda in Afghanistan and Pakistan where they are, and were under Bush/Cheney, though the previous administration never addressed that issue directly as Obama has by getting the leaders of those two countries together and finally prodding the Pakistan military into fighting domestic terrorism from Al Queda and the resurgent Taliban (resurgent because Bush/Cheney withdrew troops and resources from the fight against the Taliban and Al Queda in Afghanistan and redeployed them to Iraq where there were no weapons of mass destruction as advertised, nor any connection between Iraq and Al Queda (until we invaded Iraq) let alone any connection between Iraq and 9/11).