In addition to the nice AC post, already showing how you're pulling "quotes" completely out of your ass, let me add a few things.
"Anti-war" means to minimize U.S. involvement in conflicts - not to prevent war around the globe, which is not only impossible, it would bankrupt us to try it. So how many ground troops did he commit to Libya? Zero. How many U.S. casualties? Zero. This was largely a revolution inside the country. And killing a handful of terrorists is what you do to avoid war. We wouldn't have been attacked on 9/11 had we focused on Bin Laden like President Clinton advised Bush to do.
>>>Is that why he signed the NDAA after saying he would veto it?
He threatened a veto. Congress changed the law to make it more acceptable. He still didn't like it, but it had a veto-proof majority of both chambers of Congress by then. Here's a clue: it's the National Defense Authorization. Voters will not vote for people who are against our military. So instead, Obama signed it, added a signing statement that he believed parts of it were unconstitutional, and then a few months later, issued an Executive Order saying that none of the unconstitutional parts would be enforced. Voila! Law defanged.
We elect Presidents in the country, not dictators, or all-seeing Gods who can immediately stop every incompetent bozo who is hired into the TSA. There really is only so much a President can do when the majority of the U.S. public strongly supports "security theater".
>>>The Democrats had full control of the White House, the House, and the Senate.
The Republicans filibuster everything in the Senate, not just tax increases, but that too obviously. And they never had a filibuster proof majority of Democrats. But instead had to deal with Lieberman of the "Connecticut for Lieberman" Party (who campaigned for McCain), and Ben Nelson who votes with the GOP far more than he votes with Democrats. That's not "full control".
He offered the GOP a mix of far too small tax increases and far too big spending cuts. But even giving them 90% of what they wanted, the GOP still went batshit insane.
And do you know why? Let me tell you. Because many conservatives, like yourself, don't care about facts. As with your fabricated "quote", they're not even self-aware enough to acknowledge that they're lying. They actually believe the complete bullshit they pull out of their asses, literally as they do so. U.S. politics these days is dealing with Birfers, Flat Earthers, Anti-science loons, and other nutcases, as the horde of racists who were adults in the 1950s start hitting the age of senility.
But at least they have racist upbringing as an excuse for putting their pride in front of any neutral reading of the facts. What's yours?