In a solitary moment, President Obama walked across the South Lawn to the Oval Office after returning to the White House on Marine One Friday. (Photo Credit: Getty Images)
(CNN) - It's still too early to judge his administration, President Barack Obama says.
In an interview broadcast on the CBS "Sunday Morning" program, Obama gave himself a grade of "incomplete" on the first 18 months of his presidency.
While citing some accomplishments, Obama said the true measure of success will be when the economy has rebounded fully and people are feeling better about it.
"We still have a long way to go," Obama said.
Asked if he felt his administration wasn't getting the credit it deserved, he laughed and answered, "Yes," then offered an explanation.
Definitely incomplete, republicans are just obstructing his agenda, they will do all possible to make him fail. It is a shame because he is truly trying to turn this country around. I really hope that he succeeds.
BULL POOP. He is a failure as a leader and as a President. The sooner he is gone the better along with his liberal friends in both houses of Congress.
Many students I have known, made "incomplete" their target, knowing that they are just incompetent and failing and want extra time! Obama, being a university professor (the only semi-job he ever really had) knows when to aim at "incomplete",
Removal of troops from Iraq in 15 months – fail
Health care bill majority doesn't want – fail
Cash fo clunkers – fail
Posting of bills 72 hours for public to view via internet – fail
Stimulus bill to keep unemployment under 8% – fail
Cambridge police "acted stupidly" – fail
Recent deadliest month in Afghan war – fail
Skip Boy Scouts jamboree to tape "The View" – fail
Skip Arlington cemetary on Memorial Day – fail
Continue to blame Bush for everything – at least he passes at something