The "Ingraham Angle" with Laura Ingraham on "The O'Reilly Factor" revolved around the midterm Senate races in Delaware and Connecticut.
Ingraham and O'Reilly first spoke about the GOP and Tea Party endorsed candidate Christine O'Donnell who has received ridicule from the mainstream media for some incidents from her past - most especially the fact that she admitted dabbling in witchcraft when a teen. Ingraham thought at first it was perhaps not the best approach to explain herself - but as the ad played out, it seemed to address the fact that she is more akin to the voters in her persona and stances. O'Reilly still has hit doubts about her viability and both he and Ingraham have a bet on the results of the election. Ingraham thought her strategy of not giving out national interviews but staying local was generally wise as Delaware is a liberal state and the liberal mainstream media will be out to get her with knives to the back.
Ingraham and O'Reilly then discussed the Connecticut race in Ingraham's home state where business woman and WWF entrepreneur Linda McMahon versus the Democratic state AG Richard Blumenthal. While both O'Reilly and Ingraham thought McMahon has an uphill battle in this very liberal state, Ingraham pointed out that Connecticut's unemployment race is almost to the national average in this very wealthy state and that McMahon's business experience will resonate.
O'Reilly said that McMahon's most recent ad isn't that effective as it brings up an old issue - that Blumenthal lied about his Vietnam service, claiming he served in country when in fact he didn't. Ingraham thinks it is important that the voters are reminded of this fact as it goes to character and trustworthiness.