- Jul 16, 2010
- Reaction score
- Political Leaning
"In ways large and small, we've begun to deliver on the change you fought so hard for," Obama said. "And we're not finished."
President Obama addressed a group of generally supportive skeptics this week: Internet-based political activists known as "Netroots," some of whom have criticized Obama over such items as Afghanistan and the failure to create a truly government-run health care system.
"Change hasn't come fast enough for too many Americans, I know that," Obama said by video to a Netroots Nation convention in Las Vegas. "I know it hasn't come fast enough for many of you who fought so hard during the election."
But Obama added, "we've begun to deliver on the change we promised." His video included a review -- narrated by MSNBC's Rachel Maddow -- of such accomplishments as the health care bill, the stimulus bill and the recently signed Wall Street regulation bill.
Like it or not guys, this President has done more in the first two years as President then most do in 2 terms. Maybe that's why the right thinks he's so radical? He gets **** done.
He's going to have a long, long list of accomplishments come election time.