Apologists for the President argue he was saying that the will of the people is needed to change Washington. That he needs to make his case to the people and then they can put pressure on Washington. But that's merely semantics. He is, in fact, saying that his leadership hasn't been up to the task, that the job is too big. Just because I can't run the four minute mile doesn't mean it can't be done. Just because you, Mr. President, are incapable of leading dosn't mean it can't be done. Mitt Romney immediately crushed this.