(CNN) - It's the one-month anniversary of President Obama's swearing-in, and not surprisingly the Republican National Committee is out with its' verdict: It's been "disappointing."
"Obama's first month has been marked by wasteful spending, failed bipartisanship, and questionable ethics," the RNC said in a document circulated to reporters.
The RNC specifically faults the new president for failing to garner a significant amount of GOP votes for his massive stimulus plan, despite pledges of bipartisanship during the presidential campaign.
Republicans also criticize the stimulus measure for including some money for interest groups, despite the president's earlier view that the bill would be kept clean of excess spending projects.
The lengthy document goes on to criticize Obama for not being more transparent with what is in the stimulus bill and appointing individuals to government agencies who appear to have lobbied in the past.