Remember the "Obama Girl?"
It seems Amber Lee Ettinger, whose YouTube sensations "Crush on Obama" and "Super Obama Girl" have combined for over 35 million hits, has lost that loving feeling.
Ettinger -- the buxom sensation who lip-synched about her love for then-candidate Barack Obama -- said she wishes he spent his first year in office more focused on fixing the abysmal economy.
"I know he's getting a lot of flak for things that he's not doing. In my opinion, I feel like he should be focusing a lot more on jobs and the economy."
Ettinger, 28, said that even though she doesn't have health care -- "I can't afford it" -- she still thinks Obama should have waited to tackle the thorny legislation that has been blamed for the Democratic party's loss of Massachusetts Senate seat formerly held by the late Ted Kennedy.
"It's definitely a distraction because of the economy being as bad as it is," said the Jersey City resident.
"He did create some jobs, but most of them were government jobs and that doesn't really help the middle class. But it helps a bit," said Ettinger.
Her grade for Obama: B- minus.
Ettinger also appeared on Hannity tonight (video below). It was a very telling interview about the state of Obama's popularity, then and now. Hannity even got her to admit that she would consider voting for a Republican candidate - she picked Huckabee out a line-up of four.
She also offered a classic line during the Hannity interview, as she said "Well, at least I wasn't the Edwards girl."