I have watched the speech, and so far, he has said the word "we", in reference to the government and military of the USA, a ridiculous amount of times. About 3 minutes in he says that he directed Leon Panetta, the director of the CIA to make killing or capturing bin laden the top priority, which is hardly taking full credit for the work done by the CIA, he did his job, and he said so. Then he says "we" again several times, in the same context as before.
Then, about 3 and a half minutes in, he says that he, personally was briefed on a lead as to OBL's location. Again, thias is not him taking personal credit for the kill, he is just stating what he does for a living again. Shortly thereafter, he says he worked with his National Security Team, which, again, is not taking personal credit for the work of the CIA, again, just stating the fact that he was doing his job. Then he says "we" a bunch more times in the same context as previously established.
Then, about 4 minutes in, he says that he, in his capacity as Commander-in-Chief, decided based on the evidence at hand(provided by the CIA), gave the go ahead to go in, which again, is his duty as President of the USA. He then proceeds to talk about giving orders, which is also his job in such situations, and talks about and praises the team that went in.
Then he says "we" some more.
He then proceeds, about 5 mins in, to mention that he had maintained that they weren't at war with Islam, again using the word "I", but not taking credit for the entire effort, and even mentions Bush. He then reaffirms that he had said that he would give the order to take action in Pakistan if "we" were to find out the location of OBL. Which, again, if you weren't paying attention, is his job.
Just about 6 minutes in, he praises the co-operation of Pakistan, again giving credit where credit is due. He then mentioned that he had personally called the president of Pakistan, which, while using the word "I", is not taking any personal credit for the entire effort.
He then, about 6.5 minutes in, mentions his thought processes when he had to sign letters to the families of those killed in the war against Al Qaeda. Again, perfectly fine. Then he says "we" again.
He then continues on to talk about 9/11, America, and the war against Al Qaeda.
So, I have to ask, what @#%^ing speech were you watching?