I mean, @JoshuaVonFlash, maybe this is the better way of framing it. Let's imagine a hypothetical where Bernie Sanders won the Democratic primary and, in November, beats Trump and is sworn into office in January 2021. Do you think it's realistic to believe that Sanders would 1) Get Congress to vote to change the Civil Rights Act, 2) pass a constitutional amendment to limit the Supreme Court's ability to weigh in on the constitutionality of executive actions, 3) get China and the EU to agree to an even lower temperature change and even greater CO2 targets, and then 4) get Mitch McConnell to ratify said treaty when Sanders sends it to Congress for ratification? I'm arguing that, while I too wanted more than we got, the Obama administration accomplished a tremendous amount given the constraints they were under. You can criticize the ACA for not going far enough... but remember that it passed the House by five votes, and only avoided being filibustered to death in the Senate via reconciliation. It was the very limit of what could be passed. Unfortunately a lot of it had to be done via executive power, which means that a lot of what Obama accomplished, Trump has been able to at least in part undo. THAT is why I think getting Trump out and Biden in matters - even if Biden can't do a thing further, and without gains in the Senate that very well may be the case, he can at least fix a lot of what Trump has tried to undo. And, you know, maybe fully staff the government while he's at it.