Laura Ingraham hosted "The O'Reilly Factor" on June 28th.
Ingraham spoke to Bill O'Reilly who said that Chief Justice John Roberts stunned with his decision which he feels will lead to government controlled medicine. He said it is bad for business, more affluent and working class Americans. Ingraham said it would hurt the middle class that Obama sought to help. Both agreed health would be rationed with not enough doctors. O'Reilly said people will have to decide what kind of government people want. He said the GOP has to put forth a better plan instead of just criticism. O'Reilly said the whole system is out of control. Ingraham noted that Romney raised several million off the decision. O'Reilly said the "Fast and Furious" vote was the Democrats walking out on Agent Brian Terry's family.
Ingraham spoke to Megyn Kelly about what's next with the health care and "Fast and Furious" situations. Kelly noted the irony of the Democrats not wanting this as a tax including the president while Chief Justice Roberts voted for the law using the tax rationale. Kelly said it never would have passed in the Congress if it had been presented as a tax. Ingraham and Kelly said there is no limiting principle here. Kelly said that Roberts, Kagan and Breyer hammered the notion of pursuing the Commerce Clause argument but exapnded the tax rationale. Kelly said that the "Fast and Furious" case will go to a civil court.
Ingraham talked to Representative Michele Bachmann about the Supreme Court health care decision. She said at first they were euphoric until the full decision was read. She said people are angry and shocked and it will take the ballot box to get it repealed. Bachmann said that "Fast and Furious" isn't a distraction, but an important issue.
Ingraham discussed the Supreme court health care fuling with Dennis Kucinich. He agreed it will be a battle over health care all over again and that it will be an issue during the election. Ingraham said the needle hasn't moved on this issue and Kucinich said that people are conflicted over it. Kucinich walked out on the criminal contempt vote against AG Aric Holder. He said Congress has a role to investigate, but that the Congress didn't have a full investigation on this case. He said we all need to have compassion for Agent Terry's family, but that there needs to be the full investigation.
Ingraham spoke to Governor Bobby Jindal about his shock and disappointment over the health care ruling. He is concerned over the expansion of government power. He echoed the call for going to the ballot box for change. He said at least it was more honest than what the bill itself was presented as. Ingraham said it expands taxation beyond any limits.
Ingraham talked to the family of Agent Brian Terry who was murdered as a result of the "Fast and Furious" program. Mrs. Terry said she is glad there was a contempt vote against Attorney General Eric Holder. She said it was a disgrace that the Democrats walked out on the vote. His cousin said that all the family has wanted it answers and that they are still waiting. He said the only source of information has been the news media with the government not sharing the information about "Fast and Furious".