President Obama promised “change,” and many congressional Democrats who helped him sell that to the American public experienced it firsthand:

Here’s how Obama’s attempts to “fundamentally transform the United States” have transformed the number of House Democrats:

Obama’s House allies are in far worse shape politically than they ever imagined they would be at the dawn of his first term, when successive electoral romps in 2006 and 2008 gave them a whopping 257-178 seat edge in the House.
When Obama completes his term, Democrats will have one of their smallest minorities in the House, just 188 members to the GOP’s commanding 247, and little realistic prospect of regaining control anytime soon.

That’s one legacy that won’t be mentioned in Obama’s presidential library:

He really did!