President Obama has accomplished an amazing number of things in his first two years in office.
He succeeded in passing a health care reform bill which every Democratic president since Roosevelt tried but failed to do. The reforms aren't perfect, but they are a good start.
He revived the SALT nuclear disarmament talks and the Palestine peace negotiations both of which were neglected by Bush.
As promised he has pulled the combat troops out of Iraq and is attempting to turn the country back over to an Iraqi government.
He pulled the country back from the edge of a bottomless pit of a depression. However, his stimulus package was not big enough to spark more than a sluggish economic recovery. He should have followed Paul Krugman's advice rather than Larry Summers's and other advisers' recommendations.
As promised he has sent more troops to Afghanistan and stepped up the drone attacks against Al Qaida leaders across the border in Pakistan. [I have difficulty with his policy in Afghanistan and wish he had followed Biden's recommendation for a more modest approach.}
He has remedied Bush's breaches in our longstanding policy of separation of church and state.
He has begun to repair relations with our allies and establish a more cooperative policy for dealing with international terrorism by other than military means.
He signed badly needed banking reform and consumer protection legislation, both imperfect but steps in the right direction.
Much remains to be done, but quite a lot has been accomplished in President Obama's first two years in office.