I haven't seen any evidence of leadership. I have seen coercion. I have seen bribery. I have seen "bait-and-switch" policy pronouncements. But I have not seen leadership.
Leadership is convincing people who would not normally agree with your policies, strategies, tactics or even goals that you are right, and that the policies, strategies and tactics that you are proposing to use are effective and cost efficient. Doing that will persuade opponents that you might, just might have a shot at pulling off whatever it is that you are planning. Saying "I won" is not leadership. Bribing Senators to vote for your health care plan is not leadership. Speaking over 50 times to the nation about your healthcare plan and still not achieving the support of a majority of its citizens certainly does not indicate leadership.