Chris Hedges' "Liberals Are Useless" piece at TruthDig somewhat parallels the complaints on the Right from people like Andrew Sullivan, although not from a policy standpoint. Hedges excoriates liberal groups like Progressives for Obama, stating that they "make political satire obsolete:"
Obama was and is a brand. He is a product of the Chicago political machine. He has been skillfully packaged as the new face of the corporate state. I don't dislike Obama--I would much rather listen to him than his smug and venal predecessor--though I expected nothing but a continuation of the corporate rape of the country. And that is what he has delivered.
Hedges is less worried about the Right's strength than the Left's weakness:
The gravest danger we face as a nation is not from the far right, although it may well inherit power, but from a bankrupt liberal class that has lost the will to fight and the moral courage to stand up for what it espouses.
I must confess some degree of sympathy with his position, although I'm less cynical about the necessity for raw pugnacity.