I approve of most of those things because it gives the rabid right anuerisms.No.
They do not.
Mistake #1: Refusal to cut taxes across the board.
Mistake #2: Eagerness to raise taxes.
Mistake #3: Quadrupling the Deficit in one year.
Mistake #4: Suing Arizona for attempting to enforce federal laws he's Constitutionally obligated to enforce but refuses to.
Mistake #5: Defining "openness" in politics as "plywood over windows".
Mistake #6: Focusing exclusively on ramming a health care plan not wanted by the majority with national official unemployment rates increase by 50% to nearly 10% overall. Ten-friggin'-percent.
Mistake #7: Accepting blatant racism in his Justice Deparment. Not wise at all for a president pretending to be "post-racial".
Mistake #8: Refusing to waive the laws forbidding non-US ships to operate in the Gulf of Mexico to clean up the spill, and related errors.
Mistake #9: His persistence in bowing and kowtowing to foreign leaders. He's yet to visit the city of Al Kuds. One of his staff referred to Jerusalem by it's muslim name, for some strange reason. In other words, he's demonstrated the most incompetent foreign policy in my lifetime.
Mistake #10: US dependency on foreign oil has not declined, US reliance on domestic fossil reserves has not expanded.
The question that will and should be asked is:
Is the nation better off than it was when he mispoke the Oath of Office that sad January day, 2009?
The truthful answer is "hell no".