Laura Ingraham sub Raymond Arroyo hosted Washington Post columnist Dana Milbank.
Milbank said President Obama's speech in Ohio was way too long and didn't have good reasons to get people to vote for him.
Milbank said Obama hasn't made any moves toward controlling the costs of entitlements and should roll the dice. He pointed out Obama was not entirely truthful in saying his plan would reduce spending as he leaves out the biggest problems - entitlements. He said a lot of the media is poll driven and the problem feeds on itself.
Milbank said that Obama won because the Republicans were so unpopular and that he may lose himself if the economy doesn't improve. He suggested that Obama endorse Simpson-Bowles. He agrees that both parties aren't running their strongest candidates.
Milbank said the Congress is calling anything a jobs bill and that few of them would pass both chambers.