Hey, Barry, let's get a few of your obvious misconceptions corrected. to begin with, South Asians did not vote for you. American workers did. American workers who increasingly seek unemployment assistance since the highly-vaunted private sector continues to not create employment over fears that consumers won't spend. This is a realistic fear, as consumer borrowing fell in June for a fifth straight month. American workers are hurting, with as many as 1.6 MILLION expected to file bankruptcy this year despite the very hostile Bush-driven Bankruptcy Abuse Prevention Act of 2005 which makes it so much harder to file. A record 40.8 million Americans are living on Food Stamps (while at the same time Congress is cutting funding for same), and you send jobs to South Asia and Armenia using American working-class tax dollars to do so. (Or is this just a way of raising taxes on foreigners to pay for the increased border patrols the homeland conservatives demand but won't fund?)
WHAT THE HELL ARE YOU THINKING? How long do you think Americans are going to put up with this hypocrisy on your part? Do your advisors really think that lip service is going to prevent serious losses to the Republicans this November due to your sorry economic performance and your employment betrayals?
You tell the AFL-CIO that you would want a union to represent you, yet you knife unions in the back. Do you really think these same folks are going to give you their money, their energy, and their time, and their votes after suffering such an injury? Get real! Paul Krugman was awarded a Nobel Prize for Economics, and he clearly takes the position that "when America had a strong middle class, it also had a strong union movement." A strong middle class is considered vital to economic growth, and the lack of such is seen by many economists as the reason why the economy refuses to reverse direction.
For some reason, spitting in your supporters' faces seems to be something you do. I'm amazed that the Nobel Peace Prize you were awarded wasn't recalled once you gave your "acceptance" speech justifying making war. But having a Nobel Prize yourself should mean that you understand what it represents, that you are considered very knowledgeable and active in support of the cause for which it was given. You should be listening to those who have them as well.
One such is Edmund S. Phelps, who was the 2006 Nobel Laureate in Economics. I don't agree with everything he proposes, but I find his suggestions a good place to begin the work you have put off since you were elected in November of 2008.