Laura Ingraham hosted Dan Henninger of the Wall Street Journal.
Henninger said Ingraham's thought that Romney spell out his experiences in private equity and then said Romney must explain why he odesn't believe in redistribution which Obama believes in.
Henninger said Romney who has campaigned in 2007 faces an even more important election this time around and must decide why he is running - for himeself or the country. Ingraham asked what the lesson will be if Romney loses in November. Henninger said there could be an unnecessary bloody civil war between conservatives and the establishment. He shot down the notion that Romney is too much of a tool of the Tea Party. Henninger and Ingraham said the campaign manager Stuart Stephens is not a Tea Party proponent. Both said Romney should consider removing Stephens as campaign manager.
Ingraham raised the turmoil in the Middle East and Henninger brought up our Chinese Ambassador Gary Locke being accosted in China as Defense Secretary Leon Panetta was there.