I don't know what you guys want from Obama. He took over at a time of economic collapse and was handed two wars to manage at the same time. I don't know of any President since FDR who has faced such challenges. And with all that on his plate, Obama managed to get health care reform through Congress, something that almost every President, Democrat and Republican, has tried to do since Teddy Roosevelt.
I think the charge of inexperience is the most peculiar one. There is no job that really prepares someone to be President, but Obama has shown the intelligence, flexibility, and willingness to work hard that has been missing in the American Presidency for a long time. And as far as voting Obama out in 2012, I wouldn't be too sure of that. When times are hard, the President is a lightning rod, but as the economy improves, Obama's popularity will come back as well. And of course, voters don't vote in a vacuum for President. If they don't want to vote for Obama, they will have to vote for someone else.... and by comparison to any of the Republicans on the horizon, the President looks better and better.