Obama's successes are fairly well known (and despised by the GOP).
The death of Bin Laden, the passage (and sustance) of the Health Care bill, and the two Supreme Court Judges, and the destruction of DOMA
In addition, he dealt a near mortal blow to Fox News, by proving them oh so very, very wrong about his election.
It is looking more and more to me like he will also get a win major immigration reform.
The reason he has won is that the GOP is dysfunctional. They got caught up in the idea of beating the liberals at all costs, even at the cost of what's good for the country.
As such, they moved very far to the right, so as to avoid compromising in any way shape or form.
The thing is, as much as this ensures that the President will be a Democrat for the foreseeable future (at least the next presidential election - the GOP continues to push candidates that have no chance of winning), it is bad for the country.
The US needs a loyal opposition, not just an opposition. The entire concept of Democracy depends upon it.
We need a Republican Party to yell at the Democrats for letting the NSA invade privacy. We need a Republican Party to yell at government agencies from time to time, just to keep them honest.
We need a Republican Party to ensure that we get the best possible Democratic candidate, and not just some schlub that knows the right people.
And honestly, the GOP needs us Democrats as well. Without our shining example, they would continue to believe their favorite lies - chief among them is that Americans like the GOP's political philosophy.
But most importantly, the GOP needs as incentive to raise their game. They need to forget about the Minor leagues (state governments) and get back into the Majors. They need to focus upon the things that americans focus on.
Instead of letting the Democrats steel Healthcare right out from under their presidential nominee and make it our issue, they could have made it their issue. They failed. They failed BIG time when it came to healthcare.
Honestly, what they really, truly need is for the GOP to take David Frum's advice.
Specifically, they need to get rid of their sacred cows, talk about income inequality, deal with environmental issues instead of deny them, accept Healthcare, and stop labeling Obama as the devil incarnate.
Because quite frankly, at this point it is obvious to all Democrats and quite a few independents that Obama is a very good President and their attempts make them look as stupid and out of touch as a Holocaust denier.