I agree that there is a good chance that Obama will not be re-elected, but I would not be disappointed if he is. I think he is really trying to do what is best for the country in a thankless job and at a difficult time. Why anyone would want to be President is a mystery. It's one constant "Damned if you do, Damned if you don't" exercise in frustration because half the people will like you, the other half loathe you, regardless of what you do.
A perfect example of this is Obama's response to Egypt. He tried to stay out of it best he could, and then there are those who scream he didn't do enough. Now with the Libya crisis, he is taking a firm yet measured response, and people are screaming we should be going in and enforce a "No Fly Zone". About the time we do that -- which of course the U.S. will be forced to lead -- if, God forbid, things go wrong he'll be criticized for once again leading the U.S. into places they have no business being. You seemingly can't win as President. Bush faced the same things (as do all Presidents). Had things gone right in Iraq and Afghanistan, Bush may well have left office a hero. Everyone is an expert when it comes to "Monday Morning Quarterbacking", but a President has to make decisions based on the information he has and what he has to work with at any given time, and he is only human. Things don't always go right.