That's the view of National Review's Deroy Murdock as he reviews the first 18 months of the Obama administration here. Hard to argue with the assessment.
All the great moments are there. It's hard, but try to pick your favorite:
Terrorizing Manhattan with an Air Force One photo op
Returning the bust of Churchill to Great Britain
Saying the Cambridge cop "acted stupidly"
Appointing self-described communist Van Jones to a White House job
Flying to Copenhagen to win the Olympic games for Chicago, then returning empty-handed
The bumblings of Eric Holder (civilian trials for terrorists) and Janet Napolitano ("the system worked" after a would-be airplane bomber's bomb failed to explode.)
There's more, of course, and that's a lot of screwing up for only 18 months. The sad part is, there are 30 months left.