1-Helped shift the senate and the house further away from democratic control. This was a big gamble, had he failed his political stock would have been in the toilet, but sometimes its bet big and win big.
2-The UN resolution was passed unanimously (including Syria) for the weapons inspectors. To be noted, I personally did not think Colin Powell could get it done, but he did, so kudos for him too.
3-Carnahan loses to Talent in Missouri, since both people were running to end the session, it means that the senate majority falls to the republicans before the end of the lame duck congress. There is a good chance that the Homeland security bill will pass before the lame duck session ends.
4-Federal law makers failed to approve 12 of the 13 spending bills that came before them prior to the election. Bush had warned them to show fiscal discipline. I guess a talking to never hurt.
5-Little Bro still in the drivers seat even though Terry MacCauliffe swore that he would do everything possible as head of the DNC to throw Jeb Bush out. Jeb not only stayed in but garnered 60% of the hispanic vote.
Yep, a pretty good week overall, but alot of work. Question is can he keep it up and be known as the most astute political minds (Clinton was never able to change much beyond his immediate political needs - read "himself") in the past few decades?