Laura Ingraham hosted Raymond Arroyo of EWTN's "The World Over" on "Art and Soul".
Ingraham and Arroyo spoke about how the Obamas are reinforcing their brand and that now GOP candidates are seeking to imitate them by trying to appear as hip with the culture. Both said a candidate has to have a modicum of razzle-dazzle.
Ingraham and Arroyo reported on recording their new book "Of Thee I Zing" which will come out July 12th.
Both said they want to know a president is working 24/7 for the the country. Arroyo said he took his children downtown to see veterans marching in the Memorial Day parade and how important it is for the children to experience these patriotic moments.
Ingraham and Arroyo discussed two polls: a Gallup poll in which he is ranked lower among the military than previous presidents and that while his overall popularity has risen, his numbers on the economy are stalled or dropping. Arroyo said this is why the Obamas put so much time and effort into wooing the military families.
Ingraham and Arroyo discussed whether graduates are slackers or are going forth into the job market.