President Barack Obama can try to satisfy left-wing liberals during the last three years of his administration. Unfortunately, Congress will get in the way of any real progress. Green energy, immigration and gay rights are all part of the left-wing agenda. There needs to be progress made in regards to government spending and the budget deficit first.
He can satisfy them, but the problem with getting what needs to be done to satisfy them is up to the right-wing conservatives. Congress is getting so little done right now that it would be hard for anyone to be satisfied. The country needs to start working together again to get things done.
I think President Obama can satisfy left-wing liberals like me if he'll try. Frankly, the bar has been set so low that we'll be satisfied with less than we should. Obama recently announced that he's taking entitlement cuts off the table. He never should have put them on the table. He's been doing his best to give Republicans Social Security cuts for years now, and liberals like me bite our fists in frustration. So his recent declaration satisfies left-wing liberals. More of the same would be very welcome
President Barack Obama can satisfy left-wing liberals during the last 3 years. He has a very hard presidency, and it is even more difficult because he has to satisfy both major parties. Overall, President Barack Obama will be able to work and achieve the left-wing liberal agenda and work with the conservatives in achieving the nations goals on the economy, healthcare, and other important issues we are dealing with.
No I don't think President Obama will be able to satisfy left-wing liberals in the final three years of his administration. The reality is that President Obama will not be able satisfy neither the left-wing liberals or the right-wing conservatives looking for change in US policy. The President in his first five years has managed to forge strong middle of the road alliances, with the except of the Affordable Care Act.