I think you forgot the NSA, how they went after Snowden, NOT going after the bankers, and drone strikes against American citizens.
I think we're all a bit disillusioned with the Obama Presidency. (Though I am VERY glad we didn't elect either McCain nor Romney, IMHO they'd be much much worse based on what they campaigned on).
I think there a few sources for this disconnect. The first, Obama campaigned a lot farther left than how he's governing. You can blame him leading false impressions, or you can blame us for inserting what we believed into Obama. What does "Yes We Can" tell you about Copyrights? We were all viewing Obama as a Rorschach. If you're liberal you'd expect him to be the Anti-Republican, but he's not. If you listen to Fox, you think he's both Socialist and Communist (though they don't mean the same thing). After years of hearing he's the Socialist un-American, both Atheist and Russian and Kenyan Muslim, you're kind of disappointed he's not as left wing as you want.
The other thing is remember Obama is engaged in some sort of daily government battle. I think if Obama tried to pass a resolution that the Sky Is Blue, he'd have a filibuster in the house for 48 hours declaring that the Democrat [sic] Party is ruining the sky for Good Ole Americans. His achievements must be balanced against a somewhat antagonistic House and less so but still against him Supreme Court.
Guantanamo Bay must be weighed against realism too.. if we did the "right" thing and freed any prisoners, and any of those guys did anything, he'd be the guy on the hook. See: Willie Horton, Michael Dukakis. Even if the guy was innocent going in, if we freed him and he got so pissed off at the USA for being locked up for no reason for years, Obama's the guy that let him go. As much as I hate the drone strikes (and I think they should stop), even I can see this is related to the Guantanamo problem. If we picked up someone today, where would we put them? US prison? Think any domestic prison wants that mess? Add someone to Guantanamo and grow the prison instead of shrink it? Try to explain that one.
Sometimes I think the best way to undermine a philosophy is to let it govern. Once you need to make real world trade-offs, you become the villain.