President Obama and the media looked pretty chummy at last week's Radio and TV Correspondents Association Dinner. But the honeymoon officially ended at Tuesday's press conference, says New York Daily News columnist Michael Goodwin, with the pointed questions about Iran and more and Obama's sometimes testy responses. Goodwin writes: "The reality is that polls show rising doubt about President Obama's handling of the economy and wide disapproval about exploding deficits. The reality is that even many Democrats worry the White House health plan is messy and unaffordable. The reality is that ranks of independents who voted for him find Obama far more liberal than they expected." For Obama, it only gets harder from here, Goodwin notes.