Screen Shot 2014-10-24 at 3.32.48 PMThe mid-term elections are right around the corner. Campaign ads are in full swing. And Republicans are mounting attacks that look pretty good to most Americans.

After 6 years in office it’s easy to show the world how poorly Obama has done since taking office in ’08.

So why is it that Democrats are joining in and pouncing on the president?

Many state elections are seeing Dems attempting to distance themselves from King Obama.

After his disastrous handling of the ISIS threats, and his mismanagement of the Ebola crisis, his public opinion is at the lowest rung.

When Kay Hagan out of North Carolina was asked about Obama’s leadership she wasn’t able to muster up an encouraging response.

At first she kind of tip-toed around the question.

“You know, President Obama has a lot on his plate,” Hagan told Kasie Hunt of MSNBC. “And it seems like, whether it’s the oil spill that took place earlier, a number of years ago in the Gulf, to this Ebola crisis now, to ISIS gaining strength, I mean, you look at all the combination of things like that…”

Hunt, unsatisfied with the response, asked her again if she thought he was a strong leader.

Tripping over her words Hagan comments back.

“You know I think there’s definitely– Like with Ebola, we have definitely been late to the table in making decisions about that, being sure that CDC has a, has a– understands and gets messages out to hospitals.”

Hunt bears down yet again to get a real response from Hagan asking yet again if Hagan thinks Obama has demonstrated strong leadership.

Her reply?

“Certainly there are issues where I certainly think no,” she finally responded.

As you’ll see in the video below, the MSNBC hosts are stunned that Hagan couldn’t answer the question outright.

Even liberals are growing tired of Obama, so it’s a big deal when leading Democrats are admitting the many deficiencies the President has displayed.